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Shahid Khaqan Abbasi bashes PTI for being the most corrupt government


Syed Umarullah HussainiWeb Editor

07th Sep, 2020. 11:19 am
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Shahid Khaqan Abbasi

Former Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi has said that the people are suffering under Imran Khan’s regime and want to re-elect PML-N leadership for the bright future of the country.

According to the details, Former Prime Minister and PML-N central leader Shahid Khaqan Abbasi appeared in the Islamabad Accountability Court in a case related to LNG reference.

The court issued notices to all the accused and summoned them on September 22.

Speaking to media on the occasion, PML-N leader Shahid Khaqan Abbasi said, “I was accused of being sent money by an Indian company.” The NAB should have been ashamed before telling such a big lie.

“We are not afraid of the NAB,” he said.

Former Prime Minister said that the present Chairman of the anti-graft watchdog has also served as the  Senior Justice of the Supreme Court in past. Does he not know the law and the facts? This is the reality of the NAB and we are fighting against it.

The former Prime Minister challenged the present government and NAB to bring a single case of corruption against Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz that served the nation proudly in its tenure.

He said that corruption was being perpetrated by the present government where today’s sugar getting sold in Rs. 110 that was Rs. 53 PML-N’s tenure.

Technically, he said; “Two and a half billion rupees have gone out of the pockets of the people of Pakistan. When the sugar commission was formed, the sugar was Rs 65 but today it is Rs 110, however, these facts have might been missed by Chairman NAB.”

Former Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi continued that the flour of Rs 35 is getting sold in Rs 75 but no one bats an eye.

He said that today there is the most corrupt government in the history of Pakistan whose ministers and advisers are not able to give an answer.

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