Abid Sher Ali announces to approach UK’s NCA against four PTI leaders
LONDON (92 News) – PML-N leader Abid Sher Ali has announced to approach UK’s National Crime Agency (NCA) against four leaders of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf.
Talking to the media on Saturday, he said that he had contacted the NCA and completed consultation with the lawyers.
“How did Faisal Vawda make property worth 30 million pounds in London? What are the sources of Aleema Khan’s income? How did Jahangir Tareen shift the money to Britain? Why is the PTI silent on the return of 190 million pounds to the country?” he queried.
He said that the PTI leaders had invested the money in London after looting it from the poor in Pakistan. “The NAB did not take action against them. The PM gives the lecture to the world on money laundering, but the thieves are sitting in his house,” he said.
The PML-N leader said that the property next to 1 Hyde Park belongs to Faisal Vawda, which is the costlier property in London. “Aleema Khan has about 17 properties across the world. Of them, six are in London. How did she transfer her money to London?” he queried.
He said that only one property of Jahangir Tareen is worth 8-10 million pounds and his son owns property worth 60-70 million pounds. “Aleem Khan also owns properties worth several millions in London,” he said.