Lahore (July 16, 2017): The money trail of Sharif family is connected to Gulf Steel Mills as United Arab Emirates has no records of the company’s dealings, said Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s (PTI) Shafqat Mahmood.
While addressing a news conference in Lahore, the PTI leader said the Panama case is nearing its conclusion, which is why the ministers were worrying with the passage of time.
He added that Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif signed on the sale agreement of Gulf Steel Mills, but now he has refused to admit to what he did.
He spoke further about the ownership of properties by Sharif family, saying it has been proven that Neilsen company belong to Maryam Nawaz.He said it has also been proven Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif was the marketing manager of FZE company on a salary of DHR 10,000. “Now they claim Nawaz was the chairperson and manager but did not take salary.”
Mahmood said the public elected Nawaz to rule the country, not carry out corrupt activities.
He maintained the ministers talk about conspiracies but do not name anyone.“Leaders have also been calling Panama case an international conspiracy,” Mahmood said. “But it is surprising that different countries have collaborated to conspire against them.”
Mahmood was speaking to the media regarding the Panama case on Sunday, a day ahead of the Supreme Court’s hearing in the case after the submission of the JIT report.