MARDAN: Provincial President Awami National Party Amir Haider Khan Hoti on Monday asked National Accountability Bureau to ensure early completion of corruption inquiries against former chief minister Pervez Khattak.

Addressing party workers here, he said that NAB inquiries were underway against former CM in several development projects and asked NAB to initiate inquiries in Khattak in Malam Jabba land scandal and Peshawar Beautification.

ANP leader criticised former chief minister for political point scoring over so-called police reforms and said that hundreds of policemen were terminated from their services without any investigation.

“Observation of Chief Justice Supreme Court exposed the real faces of the champions of change,” he said. Hoti added that PTI’s MPAs and MNAs did nothing rather hurled corruption charges at each other in and out of assemblies during last five years.

“Not only horses rather the whole stable was put up for auction,” he said while referring towards horse-trading of PTI MPs during recently held Senate elections.