Asif Zardari reaction on Shahbaz’s Corruption Case published in Daily Mail
- Britain-based publication exposed the alleged money laundering scandal of Shahbaz Sharif.
- Shahbaz declared the story fabricated and decided to file a lawsuit against Daily Mail.
- Earlier, PPP and PML-N blamed each other for corruption but then decided to stay quiet about each other’s illegal activities.
Daily Mail has exposed the alleged money laundering case of Shahbaz Sharif from the UK government aid for earthquake victims in Pakistan.
Reports say that millions of pounds were transferred into the bank accounts of Shahbaz’s family members.
However, Shahbaz declared the story fabricated and decided to file a lawsuit against Daily Mail. He said that this story was published at the behest of Prime Minister Imran Khan.
Ahsan Iqbal, PML-N leader has also said that the fake news was published to divert attention from the video scandal of Accountability Judge.
In previous years, the two governments; PML-N and PPP have brought nothing but an international embarrassment to Pakistan.
The leaders of Pakistan Peoples’ Party and Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) have damaged the economy and the institutions during their tenures.
These two families have taken $60billion loans during their tenures but no visible development projects were seen in the country.
Asif Ali Zardari reaction on the case:
In reaction to corruption scandal published in Daily Mail against Shahbaz Sharif, Pakistan Peoples’ Party (PPP) leader Asif Ali Zardari said:
“Foreign funds don’t come directly to someone’s account, it comes to the State Bank.”
In the previous 10 years, the country’s debt has increased from RS.6,000 billion to RS.30,000 billion due to the two families. At first, both PPP and PML-N blamed each other for corruption but eventually decided to stay quiet about each other’s illegal activities. For the past 23 years, Prime Minister Imran Khan has been saying for that both parties are one having the same motive; to rob Pakistan and fill their own pockets.