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Shehzad Akbar claims Shahbaz Sharif can’t escape from NAB this time

Shahbaz Sharif

Shehzad Akbar, the special assistant to PM Imran Khan for accountability, said that Shahbaz Sharif had set up dozens of companies in the name of his employees.

Addressing a press conference in Islamabad, Shehzad Akbar said that the salaries of the employees on which name the companies were formed were between Rs 18,000 and Rs 70,000 and there are copies of cheques as evidence.

The Special Assistant for Accountability said that the company was formed in the name of the employees of Sharif Fed Mill and Ramzan Sugar Mill, and the money was transferred.

He said that Rs 17.40 billion was deposited in the anonymous accounts of all the employees while all these employees belong to him and are registered in the Employees Old-Age Benefits Institution (EOBI), with a monthly salary of Rs 18,000. 450 million were transferred to the employee’s account.

The Special Assistant to the Prime Minister said that all this evidence is in the possession of NAB. NAB should prepare this case and file it. If I have misrepresented Shahbaz Sharif, of course, I am ready to be sued in London.

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