LAHORE (APP) Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif has ordered high level inquiry against fraudster Agriculture Deputy Director (under suspension) Muhammad Tahir Faizi for extorting millions of rupees from innocent people by selling ghost residential plots, the Chief Ministers Secretariat sources said. The sources told APP here on Sunday that the victims had brought to the notice of the chief minister that Muhammad Tahir Faizi in his official capacity met innocent people and lured them to purchase residential plots at throw away prices. He managed to sell all the plots through bogus affidavits which proved ghost after confirmation from the revenue department, the victims said adding several people fell prey to his tactics. Muhammad Tahir Faizi is involved in more than seven different criminal cases and facing court proceedings in city courts, the victims alleged. Some of the victims include Rashid Ahmad, Muhammad Saeed, Muhammad Hanif, Syed Noor Ul Hassan, Dr Abdus Salam and Dr Waqar Chaudhary. Tahir Faizi is also facing enquiry in Anti Corruption Establishment for extorting Rs 300,000 from Abdul Sattar Qadri on the pretext of providing a job, they alleged. The victims claimed that Tahir Faizis modus operandi was that if someone demanded refund of his money, he got involved the aggrieved person in false cases in connivance with the local police. Tahir Faizi after cheating innocent people purchased a 9 kanal plot in a prime location near Wafaqi Colony in his name and several other plots in the name of his wife and younger brother, the victims pointed out. Meanwhile, Shahbaz Sharif paid a surprise visit to National and Aadil Hospitals in DHA on Sunday. During his visit, the CM also went to the dengue ward, enquired after the patients and prayed for their early recovery. While taking notice of the complaints of patients in Aadil Hospital, Shahbaz directed the administration to improve the arrangements within 24 hours.