The investigation had revealed that three out of four offshore companies set up by his children in the British Virgin Islands owned at least six upscale properties overlooking London's Hyde Park.Imran also stated in his tweet that the former prime minister was not only adamant on destroying government institutions like the Supreme Court, Pakistan Army and National Accountability Bureau, but had also come down to putting future of Pakistan at stake.
Sharif, for the first time, publicly acknowledged in an interview that militant organisations are active in Pakistan and questioned the policy to allow the "non-state actors to cross the border and kill people in Mumbai".
Following the NSC statement, Abbasi had clarified at a press conference that Nawaz's remarks were misquoted in the media.
The petition further said that Nawaz's interview also shed light on the United Nations resolution against Hafiz Saeed, who has been suspected of planning Mumbai attacks, since years.
On Monday, several senators on both sides of the aisle had fired a broadside at Nawaz for his recent statement about the Mumbai attacks, with some going as far as demanding that the PML-N supremo be tried for high treason; that his name be placed on the Exit Control List, and a thorough investigation be undertaken to determine the reasons behind the statement made by a thrice-elected prime minister.
Smart Compose: Google AI Can Write Your Emails Quickly
It operates in the background, as you write an email, and it offers relevant contextual phrases as you type. You can simply select these by pressing the tab key or continue writing your email.
The statement said that it was recalled during the meeting that the delay in conclusion of the Mumbai attack case was caused by India, not Pakistan.
"We should find out who laid the foundation of terrorism in the country", he asserted.
In a new twist, Sharif reportedly told Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi that he did not make comments on Pakistan's role in the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks and said he was "misquoted". He wondered why a brouhaha was being created over his remarks when similar admissions have been made in the past by others, sources said.
He added that Nawaz had not said anything that had not been said before.
He expressed full support for Sharif and said the entire party, including party president Shehbaz Sharif, stands with him. Why can't we complete the trial."I mean raised question on the timing of the revelation, and said Sharif was in power for four years and did not speak out a word about the Mumbai attacks".
- White House refuses comment about Sadler's McCain remark
- Donald Trump suggests revoking reporters' White House credentials
- LeBron James Told the Raptors How to Run Plays During Game
- Eurovision bans China from airing final after censoring gay kiss
- Pakistan imposes restrictions on movement of United States diplomats
- George Zimmerman accused of criminal stalking in Florida
- FCC Releases The Day Net Neutrality Will Officially End
- Georgia Police Officer Suspended After Screaming Obscenity At Woman
- Maharashtra: Police deployed in violence-affected area of Aurangabad; Sec 144 imposed
- Gardner, Judge rally Yanks past Sox