Usman Buzdar, the former chief minister of Punjab, was once more summoned by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Lahore on May 24 in connection with an asset-beyond-mean case.
The NAB has reportedly asked Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader and former chief minister of Punjab for answers to 30 queries.
The former Chief Minister was twice summoned, but he failed to show up at the NAB office.
Usman Buzdar has been granted interim bail by the Accountability Court, which spares him from being arrested or detained while the case is being heard.
Usman Buzdar, the head of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf and a former chief minister of Punjab, was denied interim bail earlier in the day because he failed to appear.
An anti-corruption judge revoked the interim release because the former chief minister failed to appear in court.
Usman Buzdar is charged with erecting a ‘illegal’ bus stop in Muzaffargarh on public property.
Usman Buzdar was requested to appear before the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) for the investigation and complete a 30-point interview, but he too chose to forego the NAB’s summons.