RAWALPINDI: Former special assistant to the prime minister Tehreek-e-Insaf and leader of Pakistan Tehreek E Insaf Zulfi Bukhari has been summoned by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) in relation to the transfer and purchase of land for a university in Punjab.
NAB has also requested that Bukhari provide a registry record of the purchase of the land from a private housing society.
Bukhari has stated that he is being summoned as a witness and believes he is being targeted as a revenge tactic.
According to the details, PTI Chief Imran Khan’s dream Al-Qadir University offered admission to 41 students and enrolled only 60 students since its establishment in 2021.
It was also shared that the university has not yet been recognized as a university by the Punjab government.
The institute charges fees from its students despite being registered as a trust, and its expenses are reportedly being covered by a businessman according to an agreement.
The land for the university was initially donated by a businessman and transferred to Bukhari before being transferred to the trust.