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Khaqan Abbasi assigned duty to hide wrongdoings of his masters: Gill

LAHORE: The spokesperson to the Punjab Chief Minister, Shahbaz Gill, on Monday slammed Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz senior vice president Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, saying that the politician has been assigned a new task to hide wrongdoings of his masters, ARY News reported.

Shahbaz Gill was responding to the allegations levelled by Abbasi during a press conference earlier in the day. The spokesperson highlighted that Abbasi has not rejected the existence of [son-in-law of PML-N’s President Shehbaz Sharif] Ali Imran’s company and cheque recovery besides avoiding to give clear answers to questions.

“N-League has also always made unsuccessful attempts to prove corruption evidences controversial. PML-N leadership should clarify its connection with Manzoor Paper Wala and Mushtaq Cheeni.” Gill said.

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He added that the politics of the opposition party revolves around people like Gullu Butt and Nasir Butt.

Gill said that the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government is now tightening noose around corrupt elements and thieves across the country, whereas, PML-N is on a mission to defend them.

Earlier in the day, Shahid Khaqan Abbasi claimed that the Opposition Leader in the National Assembly Shehbaz Sharif will file a defamation suit against a UK daily, The Daily Mail, in a London court.

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Addressing a presser, he dared the government to bring evidence of alleged embezzlement of millions of pounds of the UK government’s grant for earthquake relief victims by Sharif in a London court.

He said they (PTI leaders) lack the courage to bring evidence to a London court nor do they have any evidence.

A scathing report by The Daily Mail, published on Sunday, accusing Shehbaz of embezzling millions of pounds of aid given by the UK for earthquake relief victims has triggered a new controversy in the country.

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