Qatari Prince letters: Former PM Nawaz Sharif takes a surprise stand
ISLAMABAD – Former prime minister Nawaz Sharif has has taken surprise stand on the letters from the Qatari Prince.
He dissociated himself from the letters of the Qatari prince.
In his written reply to queries by court in the Flagship and Hill Metals references, he said that he had not been part of the transaction in any capacity. “My name is not in any document,” he contended.
He also objected to the statements of JIT chief Wajid Zia.
His written reply has been made record of the case.
Accountability Court Judge Arshad Malik is hearing the Al-Azizia reference. Nawaz Sharif has answered 89 out of total 151 questions. He also continued to consult his counsel Khawaja Haris in court.
Answering to the queries, the former premier said that the business record of the Sharif family was taken into custody after the 1999 Martial Law and the agencies have not returned the record so far. “We lodged a complaint the record with the police, but no action could be taken,” he maintained.