LAHORE: Shahbaz Gill, head of staff to PTI director Imran Khan, has denounced previous state leader Shahid Khaqan Abbasi of accepting kickbacks from an Indian organization when he was the petrol serve in the bureau of PML-N supremo Nawaz Sharif, a charge denied by Mr Abbasi.
Conversing with the media at Chief Minister Secretariat on Sunday, Mr Gill claimed that Mr Abbasi took a Rs140 million pay off from the Indian firm as a consultancy charge and the cash was moved to his financial balance in three exchanges, one in December 2016 and two in January 2017.
Mr Gill said he and Mr Abbasi had accounts with the very bank and requested that subtleties of the two records be put before the general population.
He guaranteed that Mr Abbasi had attempted to give the impression of being an upstanding individual as state leader, yet this was a long way from the real world.
Answering Mr Gill’s claims, Mr Abbasi provoked the PTI pioneer to take the make a difference to a courtroom in the event that he had proof.
In a proclamation from Islamabad, the previous head said the PTI and its “mudslinging detachment” had been administering the country for quite a long time and organized two bodies of evidence against him.
Mr Abbasi encouraged his political rival to request of a court to document one more argument against him and present the “supposed proof”.
During his question and answer session, Mr Gill likewise let columnists know that PTI boss Imran Khan was advised about the aid ventures to assist with flooding casualties in Punjab and the headway made on the Ehsaas social security and destitution easing program.
He said that the PTI director would likewise meet party officials from six Punjab divisions independently to examine party undertakings and a system for the following general political decision.
Distributed in The Okara Times, August first, 2022