Punjab’s Anti-Corruption Establishment said on Monday that it has started investigating the Rawalpindi Ring Road (R3) project scam.

A spokesperson of the department said that the Director-General Anti-Corruption Mohammad Gohar has named a team that includes legal, technical, and economic experts.

“The team has launched a probe into the scandal and after a thorough investigation, all the facts of the project will be made public,” said the spokesperson.

Rawalpindi Ring Road scam made Rs130b in property deals in four years: investigators

The Rawalpindi Ring Road has taken the political circles in Pakistan by storm. The allegations have been so damning that Zulfi Bukhari, whose name was referenced in the report, has also resigned as SAPM.

A recent report showed an initial inquiry into the scam found that over Rs130 billion have been made in property deals as part of the Rawalpindi Ring Road project since its conception in 2017.

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