My assets has been frozen due to Niazi-NAB alliance; says Shehbaz Sharif

LONDON: On Wednesday, it has been said by the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) President Shehbaz Sharif that his properties were frozen because of the alliance between Prime Minister Imran Khan and the National Accountability Bureau (NAB).

He said that, “There is an alliance exist between Imran Niazi and NAB. Although their alliance got failed yet again.”

Further it was said that he has been called for to the court in order to attend a hearing of the clean drinking water case. However, he got arrested due to the alleged corruption in the case of Ashiana housing scheme.

“The bail was given to me by the court on February 14, 2019 on merit in the two cases”, said by him.

Moreover, the former Punjab chief minister said that during the government of Nawaz Sharif, there was much progressed made by Pakistan.

He talked about the load shedding saying that it had extended over as many as 20 hours before PML-N government took charge. “The resources of the nation was used by Nawaz Sharif in order to generate 5,000 MW electricity.”

Shehbaz further said that, the statements of the Prime Minister Imran Khan and his advisor had been issuing which is against the leadership of PML-N for the past one-and-a-half year.

“The alliance between Niazi and NAB has been disappointing every member of the country,” said by him.

Shehbaz Sharif criticised the Prime Minister Imran Khan and called him a ‘master of U-turns’.

“Never I have in my life seen a Prime Minister who lies as much as Imran Khan,” he said. “Had he invested one-fourth of his energy for Pakistan’s advancement conditions would be diverse today.”

Shehbaz said that the administration had not assemble a solitary home in the previous one-and-a-half year when it guaranteed individuals 5,000,000 houses.

He said that the ‘NAB-Niazi coalition’ was not able demonstrate even an ounce of corruption against the Sharif family.

“The failed approaches of the PTI government have brought about joblessness ascending in Pakistan. We are covering ourselves in the debt,” he said.

He said that there were a few priests in the administration who had utilized their political impact to have advances discounted.

“The individuals who were engaged with corruption, you made them your guides,” he said.

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