Stunning Letter by Shehbaz Presented

Web Desk: LAHORE: PML-N President Shahbaz Sharif presented a letter from the Chinese Consul General in Lahore during an accountability court hearing today during the hearing of reference pertaining to Ramadan.


The anti-graft watchdog has alleged that the former chief minister issued directives to use Rs200 million from public money to construct a drain in District Chiniot primarily for the use of the sugar mills owned by his sons. His son, Hamza Shahbaz, is also under arrest in the case.

Court proceedings

The  PML-N leaders were brought to the accountability court in separate vehicles by Kot Lakhpat jail officials on Tuesday with PML-N workers gathered outside the judicial complex to welcome their leaders.

Addressing Shahbaz Sharif, the judge asked whether he had something to say.

“I have brought a letter sent to me by the Chinese Consul General in Lahore,” said the PML-N president as he began reading the letter before the court.

The letter credited the former Chief Minister of Punjab with (CPEC) projects in Punjab.

“I have been facing a barrage of accusation for two years, yet the Chinese Consul General is praising my work as a Chief Minister. He is appreciating a prisoner – it is no doubt an honour for me.”


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