PM Shehbaz criticizes Imran after the “Daily Mail” apology

PM Shehbaz
PM Shehbaz

Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif directed a new broadside at the previous PTI-led government on Monday, saying the prior authorities sought to discredit Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) supremo Nawaz Sharif, his family, and his party by leveling false claims.

The premier said that Imran Khan’s administration had attempted to discredit his leader Nawaz Sharif, him, and his party both inside and outside of the nation while speaking at a joint news conference alongside Ishaq Dar, the minister of finance, and other cabinet members.

Imran Khan, the leader of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), and his “minions” engaged in the Daily Mail controversy in a “heartless” manner, according to PM Shehbaz.”They reasoned that it wouldn’t matter if this hurt Pakistan’s reputation. They were determined to make the Sharif family seem bad “Added he.

The Department for International Development (DFID) of the United Kingdom gave 600 million pounds to Pakistan for flood victims between 2008 and 2018, according to the prime, with the majority going to Punjab.

“That money was used in an open and accountable manner. They sought to establish the fact that Shehbaz’s offspring had laundered millions of rupees overseas. This belongs in the article.”

According to PM Shehbaz, Shahzad Akbar, the former prime minister Khan’s accountability advisor, gave Daily Mail reporter David Rose tours of prisons to show him the conditions of prisoners there.In 2019, when the piece was released, the PTI minister was excited about its release and immediately began making unfounded accusations against the Sharif family.

“Despite the fact that it was a Sunday, the DFIT clarified that nothing of the such occurred. My understanding is that DFIT’s clarification was postponed by six hours at Imran’s request. They first intended to defame me.”

Regarding the infamous Panama Papers, PM Shehbaz remarked that while Nawaz Sharif was the subject of the case, he received punishment in iqama. The PML-N

supremo’s name, according to the prime minister, was not mentioned in the Panama Papers case, thus the iqama problem was added to the case.


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