Broadsheet paid us ہزار 20,000: Hussain Nawaz claims

Web Desk February 26, 2021

LONDON: Former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s son Hussain Nawaz has claimed that Broadsheet paid us ہزار 20,000, which amounts to around Rs 5 million.

According to the details, London-based Hussain Nawaz has claimed in a video that the Broadsheet Company had paid him 20,000, and we could have demanded more than that, but accepted the settlement offer at the request of the lawyers. Of

Hussain Nawaz said that Broadsheet had attached the decision of Accountability Court Judge Muhammad Bashir to the petition, and had said that according to this decision, these are the properties of the Government of Pakistan, so they were confiscated and sold to the Government of Pakistan. The petition claimed that the Avonfield Flats were the property of the Government of Pakistan.

The head of the Broadsheet Commission returned the vehicle with the jammers to the government

He said that before Broadsheet had to face the facts in court, Broadsheet ran away 15 days before going to court. It should be noted that in this regard, the Sharif family claims that Broadsheet had attached the case of Avonfield Apartments with the application, however, after withdrawing this application from the court, Broadsheet had to pay the legal fees.


Hussain Nawaz said that the government of Pakistan was a party in this whole matter, so why didn’t Shehzad Akbar say that these properties are ours, confiscate them and pay them, but the truth is that Shehzad Akbar has only allegations There is nothing else.

He said that when this matter goes to an independent judicial forum, his fort is opened there, he does not respond to the words of Shahzad Akbar, keeps on pretending, and distorts things, spreadsheets or If the government was right, it would have confiscated the flat.

Hussain Nawaz also said that the issue of David Rose, Broadsheet has become tangled, there should be an investigation through the Independent Commission, not an investigation like WhatsApp JIT.

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