LAHORE - While declaring that it would bring out one corruption case of the Punjab government every week, the PPP on Thursday came out with its first 'corruption case, allegedly committed by Dr Majid Naeem in educational boards, accusing him of the enormous blunders in preparation of Matric and Inter results on computer software he had introduced for the purpose. Senior PPP leader and President Peoples Labour Bureau, Ch Manzoor Ahmad announced this while addressing a news conference at Lahore Press Club. He was accompanied by other party leaders including Altaf Qureshi, Sami Ullah Khan and Usman Saleem Malik. Ch Manzoor said that PPP would appear before the judicial commission with proofs of Dr. Majids corruption. He further alleged that Dr Majid Naeen, who happens to be a nephew of PML-N Senator Ishaq Dar, was appointed as consultant despite being a 'NAB-bitten. He told reporters that the faulty software he (Dr Naeem) prepared led to blunders in preparation of results, as results of some 16000 Matric and 18000 first-year students had not yet been declared, while thousands of answer sheets were missing. He alleged that Dr. Naeem was involved in corruption to the tune of millions of rupees in purchase of paper and scanners for all educational boards. He said concerned educational boards were not even aware of the main server and data base used for preparation of results. The chief minister should accept responsibility as education minister and resign, he demanded, while holding the CM responsible for death of a student who committed suicide for wrong result, and who had been top position holder throughout his academic career. What is the sin of the mother who was bearing education expenses of his children by washing dishes at homes, he asked and vowed to raise this issue in the judicial commission. This is not the only case of its kind as two other female students had also attempted suicide, Manzoor added. The PPP leader demanded of Punjab government to cancel all results and admissions made on their basis.