ISLAMABAD – Awami Muslim League (AML) chief Sheikh Rashid on Friday spilt a secret regarding the powers struggling to save the government of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif who is currently embroiled in Panama Papers case.
Rashid claimed that a big amount, Rs50 billion, has been set aside by the “secret agencies” to rescue him from the present situation, adding that no one could him save even by spending such big amount.
He was speaking outside the Supreme Court before the start of the fifth hearing of the Panama Papers case, adding, “We will fight till the end for Pakistan.”
Calling the prime minister dishonest and corrupt, Rashid said “your real face has been exposed to the world.”
He claimed that hearings of the case might be concluded today as the counsel for Sharif family has confessed that PM Nawaz was a marketing manager in FZE Capital in Dubai.
Today, the implementing bench of the Supreme Court conducted the fifth hearing of the Panama Papers case following the submission of the final report by the Joint Investigation Team (JIT).