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Sirajul Haq asks govt to bring back looted money from abroad

PESHAWAR: Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) Ameer Sirajul Haq on Sunday asked of the government to bring back the looted money from abroad and added that Pakistan will overcome the prevailing economic crises if $375 billion will be retrieved from the plunderers. Talking to journalists, the JI leader demanded of the government to hold across the board accountability in the country. He said that the government should take notice of the ongoing gas crises and take adequate measures for the restoration of gas supply pertaining to domestic…

‘Recovering looted money’: Govt delegation to visit Switzerland today

GENEVA: A government delegation will leave for Switzerland today (Wednesday) to hold talks with the Swiss authorities to bring back money stashed by Pakistanis in the European country, ARY News reported. Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Accountability, Shahzad Akbar, talking to ARY News, said over Rs 700 billion from Pakistan were kept in 10 countries, and the government would strive to bring them back. He said the government had acquired details from some of the countries and subsequently talks would be held…

Chohan reiterates government’s resolve to bring back looted money

LAHORE: Punjab's Information Minister, Fayyazul Hasan Chohan on Wednesday heavily criticised the  Pakistan People's Party (PPP) and Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) for "doing nothing to bring back the looted money", ARY NEWS reported. Addressing a press conference in Lahore, Chohan said both the parties in order to hide their wrongdoings avoided to take steps for bringing back the laundered money, as they were hand in glove with each other. Prime Minister Imran Khan is taking concrete steps in this regard." he…

Real challenge is bringing back looted money: Qadri reacts to Nawaz’s conviction

ISLAMABAD: Former prime minister Nawaz Sharif's conviction in Avenfield reference trial came as no surprise to Chairman Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) Tahir-ul-Qadri as he said on Friday that The Godfather of corruption had reached his end. He said the lion of circus had intuited about the court verdict, therefore, he had flown abroad. "Such punishments are good practice; however the real challenge is bringing back the looted money of Pakistanis," he said. Read More: Shehbaz rejects court verdict against Nawaz Sharif…