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Opponents’ allegations, conspiracies to end up in ashes: PM Nawaz

Opponents’ allegations, conspiracies to end up in ashes: PM Nawaz
June 15, 2017

ISLAMABAD, 15 June: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Thursday said that all the allegations and conspiracies of opponents would end up in ashes adding that he he has accounted for every penny today.
Talking to media outside the Federal Judicial Academy after appearing before the Joint Investigation Team (JIT), the Prime Minister said that he has just presented his stance before the JITand mentioned that details of his assets and resources had already been submitted with the relevant institutions, including the Supreme Court, despite that he has submitted to the JIT. He said the day was a milestone in upholding the supremacy of rule of law. He said he was here today as being the Prime Minister, he was under the obligation of the Constitution.
PM Nawaz said he has presented his entire family for accountability. He recalled that on surfacing of Panama Leaks some 15 months ago, he had proposed setting up a Commission comprising judges of the Supreme Court.
Nawaz Sharif mentioned that the accountability of his family started even before his birth in 1936 and that spanned over generations. He said his family was the sole example of braving the cruel phases of accountability for three generations.
He said all his family assets were nationalized in 1972 during the era of his political rival Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP), and even his residences were occupied during the dictatorship of General (R) Pervaiz Musharraf.
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said his family would succeed against all odds and conspiracies and the people would stand with him in the next general election with more enthusiasm than they showed in 2013.


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