Former PM Nawaz Sharif may land into trouble over his activities in London
London police have been asked to look into former prime minister Nawaz Sharif roaming the streets of the British capital with more than six people, allegedly in violation of the coronavirus laws imposed in the country.
On Monday, a Twitter user shared a video of Nawaz entering a park in London with an entourage that included former state minister Abid Sher Ali.
Minutes after the video was shared, Twitter user usarxaza claimed that the former prime minister was violating UK law by roaming with an entourage of “more than six people”.
“More than 6 people are not allowed to be together in the UK at the moment. He is breaking the law there too,” tweeted usarxaza.
Seeing the tweet, another user RadiantSez tagged London’s Metropolitan Police.
“Dear metpoliceuk these men are breaking the 6 people rule. Please look into this. Their group leader's surname is Sharif and address is Avonfield [sic] Apartments, Park Lane. Thanks,” the Twitter use wrote.