LAHORE: Prime Minister (PM) Shehbaz Sharif on Friday appeared before Special Court Lahore in an Rs16 billion money laundering case filed by the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) against him and his son Hamza Shahbaz.

“The allegations are general in nature. However, in those 10 years, Shehbaz was neither the director nor a shareholder of those companies.”PM  APPEARS IN COURT IN MONEY LAUNDERING CASE

The chief justice of the previous government remarked that NAB was .’ PM  APPEARS IN COURT IN CASE

The lawyer told the court that it is up to an individual whether they decide to keep movable or immovable property with them. At this, judge Aijaz Awan noted that they should declare it otherwise it becomes black money.

Interrupting his lawyer, PM Shehbaz Sharif said he wanted to speak. The court allowed it.

The prime minister told the court that he, in his capacity as the chief minister of Punjab for 20 years, made decisions that “hurt” his family’s sugar business. PM  APPEARS IN COURT IN CASE

The PM termed the money laundering case against him as “fake” and said that he never provided a subsidy to sugar mills. PM  APPEARS IN COURT IN CASE

Later, the court allowed PM Shehbaz Sharif to leave as he apprised the judge that he has some important

Speaking on the occasion, PM Shehbaz Sharif directed National Logistics Cell (NLC) to complete

The premier said this project will facilitate the tourists from all over Pakistan and the people of Rawalpindi and Islamabad

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