Hunza, June 2: The trustees of Silk Route Dry Port Trust (SRDPT) have blamed the Chief Executive of Northern Areas, Mir Ghazanfar Ali Khan, for using his postition to convert the community owned land into family properties through fake signatures and documents.
The trustees, in a meeting at Sost on Tuesday, demanded probe against the chief executive and his family for faking the signatures of the trsutees in this regard.
Ali Afsar, chairman of the SRDPT blamed the CE for allegedly trying to legalise Rs 50 million loan taken from the National Bank through fake documents. He said the CE and his companions were using all sources to stop the implementation to of the decision of the fifth board meeting in which action was sought against him and his son Saleem Khan, the former vice – chairman of the company for corruption and mismanagement.
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