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Nawaz Sharif’s disqualified by the supreme court over the unmentioned and undeclared assets

Nawaz Sharif’s disqualified by the supreme court over the unmentioned and undeclared assets
Written by Ria Maheshwari

After Nawaz Sharif’s resignation on Friday, the country has dropped the nuclear-arm-power nation to political turmoil after years of standard stability. Pakistan ruling party has decided to appoint, Brother Shahbaz Sharif as the leader of 2018 general elections. Shahbaz Sharif, who is 65 years old and the chief minister of big Punjab first need to be elected as the national assembly before he comes to lead the country.

Nawaz Sharif, who got disqualified by the supreme court over the unmentioned and undeclared assets. The court now an urge to figure out the whole thing into Sharif and his family. On the other side, Nawaz Sharif who has always denied of any wrong doings and toppings about Pakistan democracy after a member of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), which later hinted the military in some activities involvement. The allegations against Nawaz Sharif rules around owning four apartments in London’s posh Park Lane.

The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists leaked around 11.5 million documents based on Panama law firm Mossack Fonseca, in the Panama Papers. Documents leaked reflects Nawaz’s three children-, Hasan, Hussain, and Maryam, owes three-off shore registered companies in the British Virgin Islands. The company is also involved in London properties as collateral for $13.2m. meanwhile, an interim leader would be called in power for at least 45 days, till brother, Shahbaz Sharif, comes down from Punjab government and stands for by-elections. A few days ago, Nawaz Sharif was called off a court verdict, which stated that Nawaz Sharif will no longer be part of head office because of alleged corruption.

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