PML-N to file suit against Daily Mail for publishing an alleged fabricated and misleading story.
On Sunday Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) has denied the report of the British tabloid—The Daily Mail which accused that Shahbaz Sharif and his family had embezzled millions from aid money and send to the United Kingdom—UK.
While addressing a press conference, the spokesperson of PML-N—Mariyam Aurangzeb referred to the report as baseless and planted by the government.
She alleged that the report was a story that was fake and was planted by the Pakistani government. She said that the reporter came to Pakistan upon the instructions of the PM Khan.
While showing the pictures of the meeting of the reporter with the PM Pakistan, she said that the Special Assistant to PM on Accountability—Shahzad Akbar had met the reporter in the federal capital while the PM Khan met him at Bani Gala.
She further said that the present government is continuously lying to the nation regularly.
Regarding the contents of the reports, she said that the first five paragraphs of the report acknowledge the performance of the PML-N President Shahbaz Sharif as the Punjab CM.
She also mentioned that the report does not cite any official documents of the British government. She further said that it all appears like a conspiracy.
In the meantime, Shahbaz Sharif said that he would be taking legal action against the British newspaper for publishing a fake and misleading story.
He said that he plans to file a lawsuit against the Daily Mail.