Shehbaz Sharif threatens NAB team, refuses to answer questions
RAWALPINDI (92 News) – Pakistan Muslim League-N (PML-N) president Shehbaz Sharif allegedly threatened the National Accountability Bureau’s (NAB) investigation team on his appearance on July 5.
According to the details garnered, it was reported that the veteran politician had been threatening the investigation officers during his yesterday’s appearance.
The sources said that the opposition leader said to the NAB officers that soon everything would return to normalcy, and then he would see everyone. “The way you summon me time and again…no one will be spared. This will be paid back in the same coin…I remember everything,” he said.
To which, the NAB asked him: “Do you remember from what sources you got the gifts?” Shehbaz responded by stating that he doesn’t remember that.
Then, he was asked about transactions from abroad into his wife’s bank accounts. To this, Shehbaz replied angrily: “Why are you asking such questions?”
“She is your wife, so the questions are to be asked from you.” To which, he said he didn’t remember anything, and his wife might be called to answer such questions.
Fayyazul Hassan Chohan response over Shehbaz attitude
Former Punjab information minister said that Sharif family now changed their attitude and they are threatening to the investigation officers. “They would not be spared despite of returning the looted money of national kitty,” he said.
A day earlier, Opposition Leader in National Assembly Shehbaz Sharif appeared before the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) in assets beyond income case and disassociated himself with his other family members.
According to the privy sources, the Pakistan Muslim League-N (PML-N) president, while appeared before the NAB, said that they should ask about the assets of his other family members by themselves. He added that he cannot answer any of the question regarding them.
The sources also informed that the anti-graft watchdog interrogated Shehbaz Sharif about his assets beyond income, money laundering and heritage assets.