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PPP To Meet Today To Discuss NAB Notices To Bilawal, Zardari

Karachi (December 12, 2018): Pakistan People s Party (PPP) top leadership will meet in Karachi today (Wednesday) over the issuance of notices to party chairman Bilawal Bhutto and co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari in National Accountability Bureau (NAB) reference.

Bilawal Bhutto and Asif Zardari will jointly preside over the meeting at that Bilawal House in Karachi at 4:00 pm. The PPP legal advisers will brief the party leaders over the NAB cases.

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The meeting will review the situation arisen after the issuance of NAB notices to Bilawal and Asif Zardari. The PPP will also chalk out strategy to confront NAB notices on legal and political fronts.PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto and Co Chairman and former president Asif Ali Zardari have to appear before National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Islamabad tomorrow, Thursday.

Earlier on December 09, the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Islamabad summoned both father and son to appear in person.

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The NAB spokesperson said that the bureau had summoned Bilawal and Zardari on December 13 for being shareholders of Park Lane Company.

He said that Bilawal Bhutto is a shareholder in Park Lane company.Image result for NAB Summons Bilawal Bhutto on Dec 13“Bilawal will not appear before NAB, However, Farooq Naek will present him,” Farhatullah said adding that he has received the NAB notification, however it did not mention any other thing in the notification.

Commenting on the NAB summons, he said that such steps can’t reduce Bilawal love in the people’s heart.

On the other hand, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) also called a party meeting at the Parliament House in Islamabad at 1:30pm today to discuss arrest of Khawaja brothers, putting name of Hamza Shahbad on Exit Control List (ECL) and initiation of NAB inquiry against former Minister of State Marriyum Aurangzeb.

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