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Shaikh Assures to Submit LNG Contract in SC Tomorrow

Islamabad (October 10, 2017): Awami Muslim League (AML) Chief Sheikh Rashid Ahmed on Tuesday said that the rulers has pushed the country on the path of ‘revolution’.

Talking to media after returning from Qatar, he said that he would present the copy of LNG import contract with Qatar.

The AML chief said that he had to wander in three countries to get the contract.

He alleged that the LNG contract was what he said ‘story of corruption spanning over 15-years’, claiming that Shahid Abbasi was himself a partner .

He announced that he would produce the copy of LNG contract in the SC.

Lashing out at Sharif family, he accused them of being dishonest and corruption.

“Those who are standing with the corrupt and dishonest are also dishonest and corrupt,” he added.He said that he would give the new NAB chief a test case of Rs200 billion corruption which would make everything clear.

He alleged that Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi is Nawaz Sharif’s partner in corruption of 200 billion that has been done in 15 years.

AML head said he has traveled to three countries to get his hands on Qatar deal which wasn’t given to him by Speaker National Assembly Ayaz Sadiq or Senate, and was ultimately provided by a Pakistani.


Sheikh Rasheed Ahmed said the other important thing that he wants to tell is that the World Bank and International Monetary Fund (IMF) have refused to receive Finance Minister Ishaq Dar.Rasheed said he is going to the Supreme Court (SC) of Pakistan to make one last appeal regarding the Hudaibiya Paper Mills case through his counsel Dr Farogh Naseem, as a lot of time has gone by.

He further added that a disqualified man is making laws, running the country, threatening others, and fight with judiciary and army. If things are to go this way then revolution is the only way like Shahbaz Sharif said, and it will begin from Shehbaz’s own home as it is blind.

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