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Shahbaz Sharif filed a case against Daily Mail in London High Court

Atta Ur Rehman KhanWeb Editor & Columnist

30th Jan, 2020. 07:10 pm
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The president of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) and the opposition leader t Shahbaz Sharif filed a case against The Mail and online news site Mail Online in London High Court.

Shahbaz Sharif said while addressing a news conference in London on Thursday, “It was a fabricated and defamatory story which published in the Daily Mail. It was a part of propaganda launched by Imran Khan Niazi against the PML-N in the name of sham accountability,”

According to the details, Shahbaz Sharif also said during the press conference that Prime Minister Imran Khan and his government are lagging behind the opposition.

He also said, “We approached the court after the media outlet failed to answer our queries.” He remarked, “All facts will come to light as we will produce each and every evidence in the court to prove innocence.”

Refuting the allegation made in the Daily Mail report, the leader of the opposition in the National Assembly Shahbaz Sharif said, “If there was a shred of evidence against him of siphoning off millions of ponds the unholy alliance of NAB and PM Imran would not have filed baseless references against him in Pakistan.”

Earlier in the last year, President of the PML-N and opposition leader in national assembly Shahbaz Sharif, has taken legal action against the accusations of a British newspaper.

According to details, Shahbaz Sharif sent a legal notice to British newspaper over embezzlement claims.

He shared the details in his tweet.

Daily Mail reporter David Rose has also been made party in the notice that termed Daily Mail’s claim of misusing aid money as baseless.

The notice stated that David Rose’s news regarding the use of the UK’s firm aid intended for the victims of the 2005 earthquake is based on false accusations.

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