Former Prime Minister and PML-N leader, Shahid Khaqan Abbasi on Monday (Nov 12) while speaking to the media in Lahore, criticized the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) and called it (NAB) “black law”.
He said “Everyone knows that the Ashiana Iqbal Housing Scheme case has no strength and now a case has been formed against Shehbaz Sharif pertaining to Ramzan Sugar Mills.”
“NAB is a black law and should be abolished,” Abbasi asserted. The former premier stated, “Prime Minister Imran Khan levelled allegations against me and my cabinet members.” “Nothing will happen by levelling allegations and if PM Imran wants to find those who were involved in corruption then he should look around himself,” the PML-N leader added. Abbasi continued, “Nothing can be achieved by defaming others and just talking. If corruption has been done, it should be brought forward.”
It’s worth mentioning that, PML-N president, Shahbaz Sharif’s physical remand has been extended until November 24. NAB arrested former Chief Minister Punjab in connection with Ashiana housing scheme. Shehbaz was further nominated in the Ramzan Sugar Mills corruption case as well.
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17 November, 2019