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Shehbaz Sharif still hasn’t commenced a lawsuit: David Rose

Shehbaz Sharif still hasn’t commenced a lawsuit: David Rose
October 8, 2019
LONDON (92 News) – David Rose – a British investigative journalist who wrote the article claiming Sharif family of laundering quake victims’ aid money – has once again claimed that Opposition Leader Shehbaz Sharif still ‘hasn’t commenced a lawsuit’. In his latest tweet, David Rose claimed that he has not still received any lawsuit from the former Punjab chief minister against his story exposing alleged thefts from the earthquake relief funds. “Hello Pakistani friends. A lot of you have been asking if Shehbaz Sharif has commenced a lawsuit against me and my newspaper yet. He hasn’t,” the UK-based journalists tweeted. While resharing his July 14’s story, the journalist said, “Sources tell me that investigations by NAB [National Accountability Bureau] and the Asset Recovery Unit into allegations against Shahbaz Sharif have continued with some vigour since my article was published. This may explain why he hasn’t filed a lawsuit: they have been keeping him busy.” Earlier, Pakistan Muslim League-N president Shehbaz Sharif has served a legal notice to the UK-based newspaper “Daily Mail” and its journalist David Rose about a alleged article published on July 14, 2019. Responding the allegations of UK newspaper, the opposition leader took a legal action and sends legal notice over defamation. The PML-N president sued ‘Daily Mail’ claiming Shehbaz Sharif allegedly laundered Britain’s aid worth millions of pounds reserved for the rehabilitation of earthquake victims during his tenure as Punjab chief minister. It was also reported that Shehbaz Sharif’s case will be fought by renowned British law firm Carter-Ruck. Moreover, Shehbaz has also confirmed the news about suing the paper and the story publisher in a tweet. Earlier, Pakistan Muslim League-N president Shehbaz Sharif has served a legal notice to the UK-based newspaper “Daily Mail” and its journalist David Rose about a alleged article published on July 14, 2019. Responding the allegations of UK newspaper, the opposition leader took a legal action and sends legal notice over defamation. The PML-N president sued ‘Daily Mail’ claiming Shehbaz Sharif allegedly laundered Britain’s aid worth millions of pounds reserved for the rehabilitation of earthquake victims during his tenure as Punjab chief minister. It was also reported that Shehbaz Sharif’s case will be fought by renowned British law firm Carter-Ruck. Moreover, Shehbaz has also confirmed the news about suing the paper and the story publisher in a tweet.  
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