The PML-N has warned the ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) that if anything happens to party president Shahbaz Sharif, it will be the responsibility of Prime Minister Imran Khan and the National Accountability Bureau.
It should be noted that the PML-N president had recently appeared before the NAB in connection with a case of assets in excess of income and money laundering and today he has fallen victim to the coronavirus.
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Addressing a press conference along with other leaders in Lahore, PML-N leader Ata Tarar said that notices were issued to Shahbaz Sharif as soon as he arrived as a result of NAB-Niazi nexus and the first notice was received on March 27. The reply was given on April 17 while the second notice was received on April 17. The detailed reply of 24 pages was given on April 22.
He said the third notice was received on May 8 and he appeared before the NAB despite Corona’s threat. He was interrogated for two hours while Maryam Aurangzeb and I were with him and he spent two hours in the NAB office.