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Imran Khan involved in Rs50Bn corruption: Nawaz Sharif

ISLAMABAD: PML-N supremo and former prime minister Nawaz Sharif claimed that ex-PM Khan Khan and his close coterie were involved in at least Rs 50 billion currption.

Nawaz Sharif, however, asserted that Rs 50 billion was just tip of the ice berg of mega corruption of Imran Khan.

PML-N Supremo Nawaz Sharif claimed this in an interview with Samaa TV in London.

“There are so many allegations against Imran Khan with strong evidence of his alleged involvement in corruption,” Nawaz said.

He said that recent audio leaks and other evidence are surfacing in the Toshakhana Reference and other corruption scams of Imran Khan and his confidants.

Nawaz Sharif said that their corruption evidence in Billion Tree Tsunami, Al-Qadir Trust and other mega cases are maturing soon.

He added that there would be an inquiry into these cases but conceded that these matters progress at a snail’s pace, with a week’s work taking years to complete.

Nawaz said, “Imran is involved in corruption from head to toe, but he (Khan) has been accusing others of corruption who divert attention from own his corruption.”

Javed Mahmood
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