Punjab govt forms 3-member committee to probe Rana Mashood's video scandal

Committee will be present its recommendations in seven days

Web Desk August 14, 2014

LAHORE: The Punjab government on Thursday formed a committee comprising three Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz members to probe into Punjab Law Minister Rana Mashood’s video scandal, Express News reported.

Following the orders of Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif , Raja Ashfaq Sarwar formed the committee which constitutes of Raja Zafarullah Haq, Senator Rafique Rajwana and Begum Zakia Shah Nawaz.

The committee will be present its recommendations in seven days.

A video was leaked on the media on Wednesday where it showed Rana Mashood allegedly seeking a bribe on behalf of the chief minister.


ijaz ajmal malik | 9 years ago | Reply

The committees and commisions are made by design in pakistan so as to get the decision/justice of own choice. Is our police and relevant agencies so impotent that they can't even investigate/probe. No sir, they are professionals and we should let them do their job independently but it is next to impossible in our country. Politicians will never let it happen because their interests are always above the national interests.

Irshad Khan | 9 years ago | Reply

Do PMLN's supporter still have a reason to support PMLN. How many evidences are needed to convince people of the evil intentions of these monsters and this monstrous party. People still expect these thugs will protect their country. I feel pity for PMLN supporters. PMLN was created with the malicious intentions and it will keep providing protection to the criminals. Does PM/ CM has any moral right now to still rule?

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