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The ruling and the rich:Pakistan’s ECP’s assets list reveals ‘Billionaires Club’: While 95 percent of Pakistanis Poverty Stricken

 
 
 

 

 

 


 

PTI chairman Imran Khan (L), JUI-F chief Maulana Fazlur Rahman and Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif (R).

ISLAMABAD: 

The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) issued details of the assets and liabilities of members of parliament on Wednesday, revealing the ‘billionaire club’, which included Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.

Apart from the premier, MNAs Khalil Zaman Orakzai (NA-16) and Dr Raja Ameer Zaman (NA-19) from Pakistan Tahreek-e-Insaaf (PTI), Sajid Hussain Turi (NA-37) and Bismallah Khan (NA-43) from the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (Fata), and Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz’s (PML-N) Shahid Khaqan Abbasi (NA-50) were also among the billionaires.

 

PM Nawaz, as per the declarations, owns agriculture land worth Rs1.43 billion, has made investments of over Rs13 million – he has shares in six different mills – and has Rs126 million in seven bank accounts. He also owns a Toyota Land Cruiser 2010 as well as the 1973 and 1991 models of Mercedes Benz. The premier also owns a 1991 model tractor.

Meanwhile, PTI’s Ameer Zaman disclosed that he owns property worth over Rs2 billion and that the value of one of his houses in Sector F-7 is Rs1 billion. But Ijazul Haq, the son of former military dictator General Ziaul Haq, pointed out a discrepancy as he claimed that he, too, owns a house in the same locality, which costs only Rs1.64 million.

According to last year’s asset declarations, Sajid Hussain Turi owned as many as 1,000 shops in Turi Market, Parachinar, Kurrum Agency, but he had said that the value of his property remained “unknown”. However, this time around, he declared his wealth to be in the billions.

Chaudhry Parvez Elahi of the Pakistan Muslim League-Quaid (PML-Q) declared that he owns non-agriculture property of Rs8.5 million with – surprisingly – no mention of agriculture land. Elahi, in his last year’s declarations, had said he owned 60 acres of agriculture land worth Rs366,667, which meant that the price of one acre was just Rs6,111.

Separately, Leader of the Opposition in National Assembly Khursheed Shah of the PPP declared that he owned property worth Rs20 million and his major source of income was a cotton factory worth Rs5 million.

PPP leader Makhdoom Amin Fahim owned property worth only Rs32 million, having some 184 acres of land. But he did not mention the price of this inherited land.

Former Speaker Dr Fehmida Mirza claimed that she was the owner of property worth Rs40 million while her husband, Dr Zulfikar Mirza, shockingly owned property of only Rs18 million. Dr Fehmida also owns an apartment at Global Lake View, Dubai, which is priced astonishingly low at Rs1.6 million.

 

The poorest of them all

Independent MNA Jamshed Dasti was declared the poorest MNA last year, declaring nothing save his MNA salary. This year, Dasti ‘owned nothing’. He did not fill his asset-declaration form and only informed the ECP of an account in Allied Bank Limited, Parliament House. He did not even show any cash in the account.

 

Meanwhile, the Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl chief Maulana Fazalur Rehman declared he owns two houses worth a mere Rs4 million, has Rs1.6 million deposited in the bank and gold worth Rs0.95 million. But he failed to declare possession or ownership of any vehicle – despite being seen in SUVs many times.

 

PTI chairman Imran Khan was relatively poorer this year as his net assets slightly decreased by Rs0.5 million as compared to the previous fiscal year. His net assets amounted to only Rs29.6 million this year. Out of the 14 different properties he owned in Pakistan, he inherited eight while two were gifted, according to the declaration. PTI Chairman also owned a Toyota Prado whose estimated value is Rs5 million. He also has cash of Rs13.6 million in Bank Alfalah Islamabad.

The chief ministers

Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Parvez Khattak has declared to own real estate priced at Rs221 million and a Toyota Corolla worth Rs1.3 million.

Meanwhile, Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif’s assets valued at Rs142.2 million and his wives attained more wealth than him, according to the declarations. However, Shahbaz — unlike his elder brother, PM Nawaz –disclosed that he has property worth Rs138 million in London.

Balochistan Chief Minister Dr Abdul Malik has declared agriculture land worth over Rs280 million but said that he does not own any vehicle.

Sindh Chief Minister Qaim Ali Shah valued his moveable and immoveable property at an implausible Rs16.2 million. He also claimed that he does not own a car and uses his daughter’s Honda City.

Published in The Express Tribune, December 26th, 2013.

 

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ASIF ZARDARI & BILAWAL BHUTTO ENTERPRISES: Benazir Bhutto’s £9million Surrey mansion is secret location for £450-a-couple sex parties with naked tennis and a dungeon

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Benazir Bhutto’s £9million Surrey mansion is secret location for £450-a-couple sex parties with naked tennis and a dungeon
 
  • Rockwood House near Guildford was owned by Bhutto from 1995 – 2004

     

  • Former Pakistani president hosted elegant parties there for world leaders

     

  • Now used for two-day hedonist orgies described as ‘a mini-festival of sin’

  • Arts and Crafts mansion is currently for sale through Sotheby’s for £8.9m
 
By PAUL HARRIS
27 September 2013
 

In its day it was the English country retreat of former Pakistan prime minister Benazir Bhutto and her husband. Today, in the genteel countryside of leafy Surrey, the once-proud mansion has a rather different role – as a secret location for sex parties. The 15-bedroom house – not to mention the woods and grounds – has become a favourite for swingers and couples to meet for erotica evenings, wife-swapping and naked al fresco liaisons.

 

 
Faded grandeur: Benazir Bhutto's former Surrey home is now being used as a venue for weekend orgies

Faded grandeur: Benazir Bhutto’s former Surrey home is now being used as a venue for weekend orgies

 

 

 
Neon lights: Ornate doorways and gilded woodwork are the only traces that remain of Bhutto's time there

Neon lights: Ornate doorways and gilded woodwork are the only traces that remain of Bhutto’s time there

 

 

 
Red hot: Rockwood House is now used for sex parties offering 'a sultry night of hedonsim and filthy tunes'

Red hot: Rockwood House is now used for sex parties offering ‘a sultry night of hedonsim and filthy tunes’

 

Where world leaders and dignitaries might once have sipped tea politely from bone china cups, men and women are invited to embrace on the sofas or cavort publicly on the lawns. Games of naked tennis are played on the courts and there is a ‘dungeon’ in the cellar where guests are more likely to be found in bondage or fetish gear than in business suits or evening dress.

 

 

The new role for Rockwood House was revealed as it is being offered for sale – with a plan to say goodbye to all the hanky-panky and build an ultra-modern, £8.9million home in place of the forlorn-looking mansion. Mrs Bhutto and her husband Asif Ali Zardari bought the house in 1995.  It later embroiled them in controversy amid accusations it was paid for with money from illegal kickbacks Mr Zardari received from government contracts.

 

Past owner: When former Pakistani president Bhutto owned the house it boasted a £120,000 Lalique glass table

Past owner: When former Pakistani president Bhutto owned the house it boasted £120,000 Lalique glass table

 

 

 
Pleasure: The orgy website promises guests they can enjoy hearing 'the sounds of entanglement and ecstasy'

Pleasure: The orgy website promises guests they can enjoy hearing ‘the sounds of entanglement and ecstasy’

 

Mrs Bhutto’s government was dismissed for ‘corruption, misrule and nepotism’. She was assassinated in 2007. The mansion in Witney, near Godalming, was sold for £4million in 2004 and now has barely a trace of the Bhuttos’ residence there, save for some golden doorways and an ornate roof painted to resemble a night sky. The tenant of the house has been renting it out for sex parties, advertised only days in advance and with tickets costing up to £450 each. 

 

The most recent event, in August, was a two-day ‘mini festival of sin’ organised by events company Little Liaisons. It was billed as ‘a full weekend of activities and adventures for pure unadulterated hedonism . . . a walk on the wild side.’ The schedule of options listed naked tennis, sex in the pool, ‘naughty walks’ in the woods, plus open-air sex around a large bonfire, in the hot tubs or in the forest.

 

Little Liaisons, which organised last month's orgy, promised guests 'pure unadulterated hedonism'

Little Liaison, which organised last month’s orgy, promised guests ‘pure unadulterated hedonism’ (posed by model)

 

Yesterday the tenant, who asked not to be named, said: ‘This is not a venue. This is a private home, where I occasionally hold private events for a range of open-minded and wonderful people.  The majority of events that I hold here are musical events, or wonderful charity events. Yes, there have been events of a sexual nature, but I don’t see why that is anything for people to be ashamed about. Everything that takes place is within the law and the authorities have absolutely no concern. Why should shame be attached to sexuality?  These are happy events – not some of the cocaine-fuelled private parties that probably take place all over the county.’ 

 

The house is being marketed by

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Sotheby’s as a ‘development opportunity’.  Projected plans suggest the new house is unlikely to have any secrets to hide. It appears to be made almost entirely of glass.

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