Pak government clamps down Nawaz Sharif's family, money laundering case registered against Shahbaz Sharif

Sep 25 2020 03:12 PM
Pak government clamps down Nawaz Sharif's family, money laundering case registered against Shahbaz Sharif

Islamabad: After former Prime Minister of Pakistan, Nawaz Sharif, now his brother Shahbaz Sharif is also in trouble. A case of money laundering has been registered against Shahbaz Sharif, the former Chief Minister of Punjab province and his sons. A money laundering case has been registered against Leader of the Opposition Shahbaz Sharif and his family for about $ 42 million.

In recent times, the relationship between the opposition and the current Imran government of the country has become extremely bitter. Now the government of Pakistan says that Shahbaz used to do money laundering with a fake account. On behalf of Pakistan's Imran Khan government, it has been alleged that Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz) (PMLN) chief Shahbaz Sharif, his son Hamza and Salman have been financed. Now the case (National Accountability Bureau) will be heard by the NAB Court.

Let us tell you that in Pakistan, former Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has been sentenced in a corruption case. He has been in London for a year and has been declared absconding. Nawaz Sharif went to London as an excuse for treatment.

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