Shahbaz Sharif and the Leader of PPP Chairman Bilawal

The next opposition party has just launched a brief demonstration in parliament on rising oil prices and opposition forces, Shahbaz Sharif and the leader of PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari, for issuing production orders for members arrested. During the question time to discuss the situation after the shocking defeat in the Senate.

PPP parliamentary leader Sed Naveed Qamar said

He was interested in the government's decision to raise oil prices and would put more pressure on the already suffering public. Qamar insisted that the government raised interest rates when prices fell in international markets. He then issued a production order for six arrested legislators, including former President Asif Ali Zardari. He said there was no precedent in the history of Congress, but at the same time six member states were at the same time.

In addition to Zadarri, other opposition lawmakers include two independent MNAs, Shahid Kayan Abbaishi, Kawasajad Rafik and Rana Sayanara, Waziristan, Mohammedawah and Ali Wazir. Speaker's criticism about the failure of Highderabad's PPP lawmaker to issue a speech angered Chief Deputy Chasim Suri, the then sitting chairman. He ordered Kamal's Mike to shut down after the speaker claimed he was under pressure from the government and did not send production orders.

In a reply to the suspicion, Suri said the speaker, Asad Qaiser, would not be opposed to "pressure from the opposition" without any pressure from the government. Suri quoted the rules and said the speaker would make strict decisions based on merit. When the secondary speaker admonished Qamar, many of the PPP female members were engraved on the request to issue a production order and began gathering their slogans in front of their day.

Tehreek-e-Insaf PTI

However, female members were seated while their colleagues sat down. PPP has been attacked by Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) and Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) on the collapse of the Karachi drainage system, which has recently died from heavy rains and damages. MQM's Aminul Haq accused the PPP-led Sindh government of killing 25 people in Karachi. He paid the victim 's family a claim and asked for an investigation to fix the responsibility.

Hark was in K-Electric because he could not maintain regular electricity supplies in Karachi while it was raining. He called the organization "a state within the country" and proposed a committee to investigate the affairs. "Nobody has Karachi today. When PPP's Naveed Qamar opposed the MQM MNA's speech, Omar Ayub Khan, energy minister, began a stagnation about PPP, saying that Sind was facing the current situation due to "huge corruption" by party leaders.

Prime Minister Nabaz Sharif 

The FIA ​​moved two nephews of former Prime Minister Nabaz Sharif from the Saudi Arabian shuttle to Allama Iqbal International Airport on Thursday. Abbas Sharif's son, Abdas Abs, and Saudi Arabia's Abdul Aziz Abbas, went to Saudi Arabia to go to Saudi Arabia when they got off the plane to Madina by FIA immigration officials. ) Recently, ECL-like categories have been introduced in immigration laws to prevent passengers from leaving the country at the request of government departments.

The two brothers were named Chaudhry Sugar Mills (CSM) case in the Lahore office of the National Bureau of Responsibility (NAB). NAB recently put the names of Yousuf Abbas and Abdul Aziz Abbas in the Ministry of Home Affairs to PNIL," an official said. He said the two brothers were shareholders of CSM and were unable to answer NAB's questions about the investments and remittances that recently appeared before NAB Lahore's team.

Both of them are facing money laundering and 'transcendental income' in this case with Nawaz Sharif, Shahbaz Sharif, Maryam Nawaz, Hamza Shahbaz and others, he said. On Wednesday, Maryam Nawaz, vice president of PML-N, appeared in the same incident to officials of NAB Lahore. Because she is the majority shareholder, the investigators have issued a statement on CSM's "ambiguous" business deal.

A source on the case said

A large amount of investment was made in billions of Rs from 2001 to 2017, and millions of shares were issued in the name of foreigners. Later, Maryam Nawaz, Hussain Nawaz and Nawaz Sharif gave the company the same shares I have reconsidered this and concluded that this is why the foreign name is making a huge investment in the company. The Sharif family did not have any money to invest. Maryam Nawaz, Yousuf Abbas and Abdul Aziz Abbas joined the survey but did not reveal the source of the money and the foreigner making the investment.

On August 8, NAB convened Maryam Nawaz and Abdul Aziz Abbas again and requested CSM to provide details of their stock holdings and details of four foreigners and financial relationships. Saeed Said bin Jabar al Suweidi, citizen of UAE; Sheikh Zakauddin of the United Kingdom; Saudi citizen Hani Ahmad Jamjoon; And Naseer Abdullah Lootah, a UAE nation.
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