Sunday, October 2, 2022

Shahzad Akbar says undeniable proofs collected against Shehbaz Sharif

Shahzad Akbar says undeniable proofs collected against Shehbaz Sharif
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Accountability Shahzad Akbar claimed that undeniable proofs had been collected against Opposition Leader in the National Assembly Shehbaz Sharif and now he cannot escape the law. Addressing a press conference on Wednesday, he said that the black money was sent abroad through ‘Hundi’ and brought back through telegraphic transfers (TTs). https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=2&v=yzMJdDcwjno&feature=emb_title “The money was transferred either into the accounts of ‘paparwala’ or secretary. The PML-N can reiterate his denial, but he cannot conceal the reality,” he said. “The assets of Sharif family have significantly increased in 10 years. Shehbaz had established dozens of paper front companies in employees' names for money laundering and documentary evidences of all these unlawful transactions have been collected.” The special assistant said that GCC Company was being run by Hamza Shehbaz’s friend. “Shehbaz Sharif disowns the matters of his children. The Sharif family has a network of companies who were established in the names of their front men. Transactions worth billions of rupees were made through these companies,” he said. He said that Nisar Trading Company was registered in the name of Sharif Feed Mills employee Rashid Karamat and Rs 425 million transaction was done in this firm's account. “Rs 450 million was deposited into the account of a company Khan Traders, registered in the name of the father of one Gulzar, an employee of Ramzan Sugar Mills. Rs 5 billion were deposited into the account of Maqsood and Co, a firm in the name of Malik Maqsood, who worked at the Sharif-owned Chiniot Energy Office as peon. Similarly, Rs 350 million was deposited in the account of Azhar Abbas, Rs 480 million in account of Muhammad Anwar, Rs 560 million in account of Ghulam Shabbir and Rs 210 million in the account of Tanveerul Haq, all employees of Ramzan Sugar Mills. Overall Rs 17.4 billion were deposited in paper firms and benami accounts of the employees of Shabaz Sharif companies whose monthly salaries were from Rs 18000 per month to Rs 70,000,” he maintained.