A British company hired to track down Pakistan's looted wealth received more than Rs. 5 billion from the Pakistani government, but on the other hand the company had to pay about Rs. 4.5 million to the Sharif family in the form of lawyers' fees. Have fallen The Sharif family's search for secret wealth was part of the deal with the company.
Broadsheet's lawyers have confirmed the payment and the Sharif family's lawyers have confirmed the payment. Analysts and lawyers say the money was not paid to the Sharif family, but to lawyers' fees.
Lawyers say Broadsheet's claim to pay for the sale of Avonfield Apartments by selling them was close to شریف 20,000, which is now paid by Broadsheet. ۔
In the UK, Broadsheet has paid the Sharif family a legal fee to withdraw money from the court to attach Avonfield Apartments.
Former President General (retd) Pervez Musharraf had hired the British firm Broadsheet in 1999 to track the assets of former Prime Ministers Nawaz Sharif and Benazir Bhutto, former President Asif Ali Zardari and others.
PML-N's Maryam Nawaz says that Broadsheet has been honored by the court on false allegations, those who throw people's money in the battle of their personal ego remain accountable.
He said that Nawaz Sharif's enemies were defeated again according to him, they went to catch corruption but saved their lives by paying Rs. 45 lakh.
Former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has said in a tweet that he leaves his case to God and God protects His servants. According to him, Imran Khan and his associates will also have to pay fines which are not from the treasury but from them. Will be taken out of personal pockets.
Talking about this, Athar Kazmi, a senior journalist based in UK, said that politics is being played on this issue but in fact it was the payment of lawyers' fees which Broadsheet has paid to the lawyers of Sharif family after withdrawing the case.
Athar Kazmi said that when it came to payment of Broadsheet by Pakistan on the order of the court, he withdrew his case regarding Avonfield apartment, due to which he had to pay.
Maryam Nawaz said that Nawaz Sharif's lawyers had to pay Rs 4.5 million to Broadsheet for raising questions about London flats and then running away from the court. According to him, they have to give in to the game of lies and deception.
Barrister Amjad Malik, who works in the UK, said Broadsheet had tried to attach Avonfield's property, but had failed. Due to which they have to pay court expenses on court order.
Barrister Amjad Malik said that an attempt was made to attach the Avonfield apartment at the behest of someone and for this purpose the Sharif family had paid fees to the lawyers and a formal hearing was also held in the court on the matter. The court rejected Broadsheet's position on the matter.
Barrister Shehzad Akbar, adviser to the prime minister on accountability, tweeted that Broadsheet had tried to confiscate the Avonfield apartments to pay for their money, which they would lose, and lawyers had to pay according to the law.
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