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Abbasi accused of receiving kickbacks from an Indian company

LAHORE: Pakistani Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Shahbaz Gill accused Shahid Khaqan Abbasi of former prime minister and vice president of ruling Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), of receiving “bribes” from an Indian company.

Speech at a press conference in Lahore on Gill said on Sunday that his and Abbasi’s accounts were in the same bank, urging the latter to disclose details of both accounts.

Gill asked Abbasi to explain “on what pretext did he take 140 million rupees from an Indian company?”

” former prime minister received three telegrams transfers (TC) when he was an oilman minister,” he claimed.

PTI leader also said he had details of transactions, and they can also be verified by adding that one deal took place on January 3, etc. on January 30, 2017

“Shahid Khaqan gives the impression of an honest man, but this is far from being the case. realityJill said and added PML-N MP served as an oil minister on more how one occasion.

He also said that former prime minister and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan sent speed up relief efforts, adding that the briefing was also given to him in in this respect.

He said that Imran Khan will meet with the MPA of six divisions. He also said that the meeting also took place for Esas program. Earlier this week, Shahid Khaqan Abbasi said he called on ECP officials to “resolve the case of prohibited foreign funding as soon as possible”.

“Prohibited Funding Case Continues for in last eight years,” he said. “Electoral Law” says what if party beret money from a foreign person, it must be declared.”

PML-N leader said: people of Pakistan has the right know Where did Imran Khan take you? money of.” In this respect, he says, the evidence is very clear.

“Money was received from outside and used for political goals in Pakistan,” Abbasi said. “Imran Khan hid the records from the Electoral Commission. The PTI chairman is trying to put pressure on the CEC through personal attacks.”

Abbasi also citing a Financial Times report during media speak. He investigated how PTI raised funds through cricket matches organized under Wootton Cricket Ltd, a company owned by Abraaj Group founder Arif Nakvi.

A report titled “A Strange Case of in cricket match who helped finance the political activities of Imran Khan. rise’ was published on On Friday and said: “Naqvi transferred three payments directly at PTI in 2013 addition up to total of $2.12 million.”

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