Imran Khan should forward Aleema Khan’s case to NAB, says Ahsan Iqbal

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Imran Khan’s sister Aleema Khan was a board member of Shaukat Khanum Memorial Hospital and Namal College when she purchased UAE properties, PML-N chief Ahsan Iqbal stated Tuesday.

“Imran Khan ought to have forwarded her case to NAB,” the PML-N chief stated. “If NAB begins working independently, then half of Imran Khan’s cupboard will land in jail.”

On December 13, the Supreme Courtroom had ordered Ms Khan to submit Rs29.four million to the court docket inside one week. The highest court docket was listening to a case on her belongings overseas.

Related story: SC orders Aleema Khan to pay Rs29.4m in a week or her assets will be seized

The FBR stated Aleema Khan solely paid 50% of the value from her personal pocket and the rest was paid by way of a financial institution mortgage. It says she owes FBR Rs18 million.

Commenting on an accountability court docket’s choice in opposition to his chief Nawaz Sharif in Al-Azizia corruption reference, Iqbal stated the decision is not going to have any impression on his chief’s recognition.

Related story: Nawaz Sharif sentenced to seven years, $25m fine in the Al Azizia reference

Sharif was sentenced to seven years in jail and fined Rs25 million by an accountability court docket on December 24. “No proof was discovered in opposition to Nawaz Sharif,” he added. “The court docket verdict didn’t point out something about corruption.”

The decision in opposition to Nawaz Sharif was based mostly on assumptions, stated Rana Sanaullah.

Related story: Nawaz Sharif shifted to Kot Lakhpat Jail in Lahore

Muhammad Zubair, former Sindh governor, accused the ruling PTI of finishing up “revengeful acts” in opposition to his social gathering.

“PTI leaders admitted that they’ve offshore corporations,” Zubair stated, including that they need to inform us how they despatched cash overseas.

 

 

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