Ashiana Iqbal, Ramzan Sugar Mills Cases Request for permanent exemption from PM’s attendance approved

Ashiana Iqbal Ramzan Sugar Mills Cases Request for permanent

The accountability court has accepted the plea of ​​Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif for permanent attendance in Ashiana Iqbal and Ramzan Sugar Mills cases.

The Lahore accountability court heard NAB references against Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif and others.

The petition filed by Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif in the court said that whenever the court summoned him to ensure his appearance, it is both my duty and responsibility, now I have a huge responsibility on my shoulders to fulfill my national responsibilities. Has requested permanent exemption from attendance.

NAB opposes PM Shahbaz Sharif’s request for permanent attendance waiver

The NAB prosecutor said that there were no compelling reasons for granting permanent pardon to Shahbaz Sharif.

Meanwhile, Shahbaz Sharif came to the rostrum. He said that he wanted to present some facts before the court. Responsible.

Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif handed over a booklet based on development works to the eminent judge. He said that he was accused of constructing drains at a cost of Rs. 150 million. If I had to do corruption of 15 or 18 crores, it would not work.

The NAB prosecutor complained to the superior judge that he did not have this booklet. Judge, Shahbaz Sharif replied to the prosecutor that you should take this brother and read it.

Shahbaz Sharif said that in the year 2014-15, a province should reduce the prices of sugarcane. I was asked to reduce the prices but I did not reduce the prices of sugarcane.

Judge Fazil asked Shahbaz Sharif that it seems that you have to read this booklet to me today. Shahbaz Sharif said that it is not so, I am completing my arguments in just two minutes.

“I also have to meet the IMF delegation and international delegations. I have to fulfill my national responsibilities. If you reject my request for an apology then I will appear. I am subject to your order. I am out,” he said. When I was in the country, I returned home on the last flight in the days of Corona. I never filed an apology for unwarranted attendance.

The court allowed Shahbaz Sharif to leave the court room, after which he left the court.

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