Murtaza Wahab denies Bilawal given notice by NAB
KARACHI: Adviser to Sindh chief minister on information Murtaza Wahab has denied that Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) chairperson Bilawal Bhutto Zardari received a notice from National Accountability Bureau (NAB), ARY News reported Saturday.
“The PPP chairperson hasn’t received any notice from NAB so far,” he said in a statement.
He said it was harassment from NAB for issuing statements for notice before actually delivering it.
Regarding a meeting between Bilawal and Nawaz Sharif, he said the PPP leader met Sharif on humanitarian grounds.
He clarified that the PPP didn’t support any party in the Senate. Elaborating the recent statement of Bilawal for resignation of ministers, Wahab said Shehryar Afridi, Sheikh Rasheed and Asad Umar weren’t the ministers last year.
He said the Ministry of Interior was supposed to initiate action against banned outfits and the ministry is headed by Shehryar Afridi.
The PPP spokesperson called upon the rulers not to rush forward in seeking personal vendetta and neglecting the issues of the country.
Earlier in the day, Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari, announced to launch mass contact campaign from Karachi to Thatta in order to mobilize people to support the PPP.
The PPP chairperson will travel to different cities from Karachi to Larkana and hold meetings with the masses in his stopovers.
Bilawal reiterated his demand that the federal government must remove three sitting ministers having contact with banned terror outfits.