Alyani holds properties of Rs728.41 m including international property.
Buzdar owns Multan, Taunsa Sharif and DG Khan Khan properties in
The family of the Punjab food minister holds properties in the UK, UAE,
ISLAMABAD: Balochistan ‘s primary politicians, including its current and former chief ministers, are not only multi-millionaires but also international property ownership, it emerged on Wednesday.Punjab
According to the data of its assets given to the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP), Balochistan Chief Minister Jam Kamal Khan Alyani holds assets worth at more than Rs728.41 million and has residential properties abroad.
The ECP data shows that 15 cars of about Rs48.10 m are owned by CM Alyani. At Rs19.40 m, he showed the importance of his company while owning 40 acres of agricultural land.
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His spouse owns Rs12 m worth of jewellery.
Ex Chief Minister and Balochistan Assembly member Nawab Aslam Raisani also holds properties of Rs212.20 m. In Malta, he has a flat worth Rs17.35 m, with agricultural land priced at Rs1.90 m. His residential property is worth more than Rs17.96 m, while other former CM properties are priced at Rs96.72 m.
Ex-CM Raisani owns cars worth more than Rs37.50 m, Rs2.30 m worth of domestic animals, and in bank accounts he has about Rs5.13 m. The properties of Mr Raisani’s other family members are worth Rs30.81 m.
In addition to properties in Karachi, Islamabad, Quetta, Dera Murad Jamali and Dubai, Special Assistant to Prime Minister (SAPM) Sardar Yar Mohammad Rind, president of the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) Balochistan chapter, owns 112,000 kanals (14,000 acres) of agricultural land.
Among his UAE residential assets, his apartment is valued at Rs36 m and his Dubai villa is valued at Rs42 m. His Islamabad house is priced at Rs35 m, his Quetta house is valued at Rs20 m and a residential plot in Dera Murad Jamali is valued at Rs3 m.
In addition to agricultural machinery worth more than Rs250 m, the PTI parliamentary chief in the Balochistan Assembly also holds 646 tola of gold, weapons costing Rs2 m, furniture and other household products worth Rs850,000, four vehicles worth Rs28.8 m.
Apart from residential and agricultural properties in Khuzdar and Karachi worth more than Rs65 m, MPA Nawab Sanaullah Zehri, who recently left the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz, owns an apartment in Dubai priced at Rs50 m.
Jan Mohammad Jamali, another member of the Balochistan Assembly, maintains Rs17.40 m cash in hand and about Rs400,000 in bank accounts. He owns 40 acres worth Rs12 m of agricultural land. He ‘s got 60 tola gold and Rs2.5 m worth of a motorcycle.
The Punjab Secretary of State for Food, Aleem Khan, who proclaimed himself a billionaire in the wealth declaration submitted last year, did not reveal the worth of this year’s approximately two dozen plots donated to him and his spouse.
The PTI MPA from Lahore and his wife have property worth Rs159.2 m, as per the declaration submitted to the ECP this year. In the UK and the UAE, his daughter and wife both have properties. They have deposits of about Rs117.7 m in stocks.
At the same time , Mr. Khan took out an unsecured Rs1.21bn loan. In addition to 65 gold tolas, he also owns three luxury vehicles.
As many as 10 immovable assets worth Rs35 m are owned by Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar. In addition to agricultural land in DG Khan and Multan, he has a 14-channel bungalow in Taunsa Sharif and four canals in Dera Ghazi Khan. He has five trucks, plus three tractors, and in his bank account, he holds Rs7.7 m.
Three parts of land belong to his spouse.
Apart from owning shares in three other properties, Punjab Assembly Speaker Chaudhry Pervez Elahi holds three properties worth Rs69.4 m.
Mr Elahi owns a house in Lahore, Islamabad, and holds shares in Gujarat’s Zahoor Palace. In his bank accounts, he has Rs12.7 m, while his wife has properties in her name worth Rs93.1 m, including jewellery worth Rs2.1 m.
In a flour mill, the PML-Q chief also has an investment worth Rs9.9 m. He has an unsecured debt of Rs13.5 m.
Punjab Assembly opposition chief Hamza Shehbaz has a net worth of Rs414.70 m. His agricultural land is priced at Rs30 m, provided by his brother, Sulaiman Shahbaz. In his bank account, he holds about Rs10 m. In various projects in Pakistan, he has spent Rs130 m.