LAHORE – A citizen has appealed to the chief of the army staff, Lahore corps commander and CCPO to take strict departmental action against a serving brigadier who had allegedly received Rs29,20,000 illegal gratification for the quashing an FIR.
Addressing a press conference at the Lahore Press Club on Sunday, Chaudhry Mohammad Arshad said that his son had divorced the brigadier Alyas's daughter on February 9, 2012 because of family disputes. On which, the brigadier got registered a fake robbery case against him, his father and six unidentified persons on February 13, 2012. He told reporters that he had paid Rs29,20,000 to the brigadier after a commitment that the army officer would not file any application against them and would get the previous cases quashed, but to no avail. Chaudhary Arshad further said that he lived abroad but the former in-laws of his son were harassing him to mint money and were creating hurdles in his journey.