PML-N is outraged by “false” allegations against HHB

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s opposition Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) on Tuesday dragged the party’s president, Sheikh Sharif, to the National Accountability Office (NAB) to open a “virtual” case without the NAB chairman’s alleged involvement in a seven-year corruption scandal involving 4.5 million rubles. He cannot.

He is talking Morning After presenting a response to NAB Raulpindi’s office on behalf of Mr. Sharif, PML-N Information Secretary and MNA Marium Aurangzeb, NAB Chairperson Javid Iqbal, in collaboration with Prime Minister Imran Khan and Adviser Shahzad Akbar, sent a letter to Mr. Sharif. Case in point at the Rawalpindi-Islamabad Metro Bus Service Line for jewelry and gardening contract award.

She told Arif that she had asked for a full record of information on the case of the seven-year-old when she was the prime minister of Pun Najab.

Asked why he won NAB because he was not in person, he said there was no need for him to appear in a “fake case” without knowing the basis and details.

Orangzeb, who arrived at the NAB office with the party’s deputy secretary general, Atalah Tarar, said NAB officials were not ready for the incident and had to wait for an hour. NAB officials received the letter after requesting new instructions and confirmation from Prime Minister Imran Khan and Shahzad Akbar.

They have not been able to substantiate the allegations of corruption against the government, the HHBH Sheriff and the PML-N leadership, which is part of a “clear political victim” campaign. He said corruption scandals, which began with 90 billion rubles, have reached a 4.5 million rubles contract for flowers and plants on the Metro bus route.

Shehbaz Sharif on Tuesday called on NAB to respond to allegations of illegal beauty and aesthetics allegations against a company that is the brother of PML-N’s secretary general of the PML-N in the Rawalpindi-Islamabad Metro project. The announcement was made to the sheriff at his home in Model Town Lahore by the city police chief. According to NAB officials, this was the second announcement to the sheriff in the case because he ignored the first.

Ms. Orangzeb, however, rejected the NAB request and said that sheriff had received only one notification from the office.

Speaking to the media outside the office, Orangzeb protested against Nipocity and PML-N built three metro bus projects in less than $ 100 billion.

She said the “NAB-Niazi coalition” was already vulnerable.

She said the thieves who stole billions of sugar, flour, medicine, gasoline and LNG scams are free to put billions more in their pockets.

For her part, Orangzeb, who served as information minister in the former PML-N government, said hundreds of billions of worthless projects were a source of embarrassment in the courts because they could not prove a single penny of corruption. By the grace of God, PML-N leaders imprisoned in death have been confirmed by the courts.

She said Imran Khan and his “rental mouth force” could still try to sue the Shelba Sheriff over 5,500 megawatts of power projects, five metro bus projects and roads if they wanted to make false allegations against the PML-N leadership. Hospitals and educational institutions, however, were destroyed by Mr. Khan. She alleges that “at the ATMs, the mafia and the cartels are sitting next to him and committing billions of corruption in Bangalore.” “People understand Imran and the company’s methods,” she said.

Mr Khan said he knew he could not win a by-election in the next election and was using electronic voting machines (EVM) to change the result. She opposed the government by using the Media Development Authority to “silence all those who expose this fraud,” and PML-N could not be deceived by the public in the forum and then by fighting “unconstitutional measures.”

Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Tarar said: If all such advertisements are legal in writing and if NAB has such a receipt, the government must show the “leased mouths” on television.

He also thought that relatively low-value references could not be made directly from the NAB chairman unless it was approved by law.

After Mr. Tarar’s long tenure as PML-N president, when NAB appeared in court with 58 volumes and more than a hundred witnesses, it became clear that there was nothing about corruption.

Published in the morning, August 25, 2021

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