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Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that pickpockets are threatening to overthrow the government for NRO. Opposition is in danger.

Nawaz Sharif directly targeted the heads of institutions

In an interview, the Prime Minister said that Nawaz Sharif directly targeted the heads of institutions. Nawaz Sharif is harassing people in important institutions of the country. Nawaz Sharif himself is out. He has given the task of criticizing his daughter to the institutions. Abid Sher Ali has also run away from the country. Salman Shahbaz has run away from the country in our time. Nawaz Sharif went out of the country in our time under the pretext of treatment.

The opposition blackmailed

The Prime Minister said that pressure was being exerted that if the NRO was not given, the government would be overthrown. The opposition blackmailed him saying that they would not allow the Fateh Bill to be passed. No, I will not leave. NAB is not my subordinate. It is an independent body. Foreign media has made dacoits on Asif Zardari and Nawaz Sharif.

PM Imran Khan said that in our time, it takes time to find evidence without a TTS case against Shahbaz Sharif. It is very difficult to prove a case of treason. Hussain Haqqani is working with Indian lobby. Hussain Haqqani’s strategy is against the army. India wants to discredit Pakistan. India wants to divide Pakistan into three parts. India has never had an anti-Muslim government.

Maryam Nawaz was silent before the bill. Now speak
In response to a question, he said that Maryam Nawaz Fatif was silent before the bill. Now let’s say that foreign pressure comes on the Prime Minister whose wealth is out there. I have no fear. By eliminating my ego, I have reduced the expenditure of the Prime Minister’s Office by 30% for the sake of the country.

There was no corruption case against Firdous Ashiq

Regarding the Punjab government, the Prime Minister said that there was no corruption case against Firdous Ashiq. Punjab needs Firdous Ashiq. Usman Bazdar is doing a good job. It will be clear soon.


ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court has indicted Shahbaz Sharif and his family for not accounting for assets worth over Rs 7 billion.

According to details, the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has filed a report in the Lahore Accountability Court (LAC) against former Punjab Chief Minister and PML-N President Shahbaz Sharif and his family for creating assets in excess of their income. And charged other members of his family.
The documents presented in the court state that the assets of Shahbaz Sharif and his family were worth Rs. 21 lakhs in 1990 which increased to Rs. 148 lakhs in 1998 while in 2009 they inherited Ramzan Sugar Mill which The shares were worth Rs 134 million.
According to court documents, 13 companies were set up by Shahbaz Sharif during this period, while four anonymous companies were set up.
The individual said that in 2018, the assets of the PML-N president had increased from Rs 15 million to Rs 1 billion and this profit or income is normal but after 2018, the assets of Shahbaz Sharif and his family are non-existent. There was a slight increase worth more than Rs. 6 billion.
The indictment states that the declared assets of Shahbaz Sharif and his family till 1998 were worth Rs. 14.8 million.
The report states that Shahbaz Sharif, after becoming the Chief Minister in 2008, built seven properties worth Rs 471 million, which are named after Nusrat Shahbaz, Tehmina Durrani, Shahbaz Sharif, Hamza Shahbaz and Suleiman Shahbaz, while worth Rs 2.1 billion. 14 companies are also owned by Shahbaz Sharif and his family.
Sources said that the court has declared Shahbaz Sharif’s son Suleiman Shahbaz and his wife Nusrat Shahbaz as fugitives while also demanding an account of assets worth Rs 6 billion from Shahbaz Sharif and other members of his family.


Karachi: Overseas Pakistanis increase remittances by more thanTwo billion for fifth consecutive month

According to details, despite Corona, the country’s economic indicators continue to improve. A statement issued by the State Bank of Pakistan said that for the fifth consecutive month, Pakistanis abroad sent more than Rs 2 billion in remittances.
The SBP says remittances reached two billion in October, up 14 percent from October last year.
In the first four months of the current financial year, the total remittances increased by 26.5% to billion. The highest remittances were received from Pakistanis living in Saudi Arabia.
According to the SBP, 30 percent of remittances were sent to Pakistan from Saudi Arabia, 16 percent from the United States and 14 percent from London.
Last month, remittances as a whole rose to a record 7. 7.1 billion, up 31.1 percent from the same period last year.
It may be recalled that according to the report of the State Bank of Pakistan, the highest remittances received in the history of the country in July was dollar billion.
The SBP said remittances in July 2020 increased by 36.5 per cent over the previous year. This is the highest level of remittances coming to Pakistan in a single month.