Now, Pak court indicts Nawaz Sharif in offshore investments case
A day after the anti-graft court indited Nawaz Sharif in the London flats case, the ousted former Pak prime minister was found guilty in another case related to off shore investments.
The anti-graft court indicted Nawaz Sharif in the Flagship Investments and other offshore investments.
The court charged Sharif in absentia for holding assets beyond his known sources of income.
Sharif through his lawyer pleaded not guilty.
According to the chargesheet, Sharif told the joint investigation team that he was a shareholder in 15 companies, Dawn reported.
These include Flagship Investments, Hartstone Properties, Que Holdings, Quint Eaton Place 2, Quint Saloane, Quaint, Flagship Securities, Quint Gloucester Place, Quint Paddington, Flagship Developments, Alanna Services (BVI), Lankin SA (BVI), Chadron, Ansbacher, Coomber and Capital FZE, Dubai.
Now, Sharif has been indicted in all the three cases instituted against him.