NAB Obtain Details of How Millions of Dollars transferred to Shahbaz’s Account
- The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has found details of million transferred to Sharif Family’s accounts from the UK.
- During 2008-9, $22billion was transferred to bank accounts of the Sharif Family.
- The Sharif Family used money exchange teams to make black money white.
A report by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) obtained details of how millions were transferred to Sharif Family’s accounts from the UK.
During 2008-9, more than $22billion was transferred to bank accounts of the Sharif Family. In order to make black money white, they used the UK money exchange company, Usman International.
The front-men who transferred the money in Sharif Family’s accounts include Shahid Rafiq, Ashfaq Ahmed, Aftab Mehmood, and Ayaz Mehmood.
According to the reports, Aftab Mehmood is the front-man of Sharif Family and had established Usman International through which he used to transfer money from the UK to Pakistan.
This amount was transferred in the bank accounts of Shahbaz Sharif, Nusrat Shahbaz, Hamza Shahbaz, and Suleman Shahbaz.
According to details from NAB, the front-men of Sharif Family transferred money using unknown transactions from the UK and after reaching Pakistan, they used to transfer money to bank accounts of Shahbaz and family.
From 2008-9, the Sharif Family received 21 transactions of millions of dollars and collectively, they received $1billion dollars only in one year.
Furthermore, NAB has decided to freeze assets of Shahbaz Sharif in illegal properties case. The Bureau has written a letter to launch an inquiry against Shahbaz. The Bureau has also written to investigate the undeclared properties and luxury vehicles owned by the PML-N President.
This decision came a day after Daily Mail alleged the involvement of Shahbaz Sharif, in a money-laundering scandal.
Already, Shahbaz Sharif is facing consequences of the Ashiana-e-Iqbal Housing Society case and Ramzan Sugar Mills case. The accountability bureau has summoned him in the Lahore Waste Management Company corruption case as well.