Friday, 21 July 2017

Shah Asks PM To Present Assets Record In Parliament

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Prime Minister Shaheed Shah asked opposition party Nawaz Sharif to present Parliament's view on the assets he mentioned in his speech on May 16 last year.

He wrote to Saddar Ayaz Sadiq, chairman of the House of Representatives, saying he should find a record of the prime minister's assets and submit it to Parliament.

The letter said in a speech at the National Assembly that the entire record of Gulf Steel Mills and other documents related to his property was available with him, the prime minister said. But he did not submit documents in Congress.

The opposition leader said, "The document published in the media last Wednesday was not new because it was not submitted to a Panama newspaper joint investigation team.


Sharif says he is using delayed tactics in a Panama document suit.

He said the rulers were adopting tactics that did not say anything before the Supreme Court.

He stated that the amendment of official documents by the Security Exchange Commission of Zafar Hijazi, Chairman of the Pakistani Parliament, has been proved by the Federal Investigation Agency and the National Accountability Bureau . However, the person who instructed Mr. Hijazi to manipulate the record has not been able to make any achievements so far. "

Despite such concessions, the rulers said they were "crying" instead of responding to the Supreme Court "threatening".

Sherry Rehman, the PPP leader, has recently sent a new document to the court in the Sharif family to the top Qatari official in Pakistan, "I hastily sent them to the country to save Nawath Sharif," said Sharif Rehman.

"They were an old document and they were a part of delaying Sharif's tactics," she told journalists outside the Supreme Court.

She did not comment on the ongoing Indian invasion under the Control Line and Working Boundary during the Prime Minister's recent visit to Sialkot.

"In response to what has not been launched in India, the Prime Minister has indulged in politics," he said.

Another PPP leader, Qamar Zaman Kaira, said the ruling party is trying to distort the facts from the Panamanian paper. "Now they bring another letter to the front, but the court is likely to dismiss the same letter as the previous one."

He said the Supreme Court had witnessed Thursday that the prime minister and his family had not provided evidence to prove their claims for offshore property.

Chaudhry Manzoor, another PPP leader, said the Sharif family will face a money laundering case in Britain as the British government recently passed money laundering laws.

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