Shar­ifs’ in­volved in Hu­daibiya case: Sheikh Rasheed

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IS­LAM­ABAD: Awami Mus­lim League (AML) Chief Sheikh Rasheed Ah­mad has claimed that Sharif Broth­ers and fam­ily are in­volved in Hu­daibiya pa­per mills case.

While talk­ing to me­dia men on Wed­nes­day Sheikh Rasheed said AML is the only pe­ti­tioner in Hu­daibiya Pa­per Mills case and we have been made a party.

“I have re­ceived a no­tice in this re­gard and now I have come straight right from Lon­don, Sheikh said.

He went on to say that Sharif broth­ers and fam­ily are in­volved in Hu­daibiya case. I would say to court that it should ask NAB why can it not mon­i­tor the case as NAB had said it would re­open the case.

On the other hand, pe­ti­tion against NAB filed by Sheikh Rasheed in the apex court has been fixed for hear­ing and five mem­bers larger bench will take up the case for hear­ing.

The pe­ti­tioner took the plea in the pe­ti­tion that NAB as­sured Supreme Court for fil­ing ap­peal against Hu­daibiya case de­ci­sion and now Chair­man NAB is not fil­ing any ap­peal.

The pe­ti­tioner prayed to court that it should order NAB for fil­ing ap­peal against Hu­daibiya pa­per mills judg­ment be­sides launch­ing con­tempt of court pro­ceed­ings against Chair­man NAB and pros­e­cu­tor.

IS­LAM­ABAD: AML Chief Sheikh Rasheed Ahmed talk­ing to me­dia out­side Supreme Court af­ter fil­ing pe­ti­tion against Sharif fam­ily in Hu­daibiya Pa­per Mills case.

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