Pakistan Army Helped Nawaz Sharif in 2013 Poll, Alleges Imran Khan

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Speaking to media at the accountability court hearing on Thursday, the PML-N supremo said 'Khalaai Makhlooq' [aliens] were busy to put in place parliament as per their wishes.

An accountability court on Thursday resumed hearing of a corruption case pertaining to properties in London against members of Sharif today (Thursday).

Imran Dogar, NAB Investigation Officer recorded the statement in front of the court.

Dogar revealed that it emerged during investigation that offshore companies, Neilson and Nescol, were owned by the former premier. He further added that the Sharif family is using these flats since 1993.

After Haris will complete the cross-examination, Maryam and Safdar's counsel, Amjad Pervaiz will be questioning the prosecution witness.

He said the trust deeds submitted by Sharif's daughter Maryam Nawaz - which had stirred the Calibri controversy previous year - were proven to be fake, alleging that in acting as benamidars for Sharif, his children Maryam, Hassan and Hussain aided their father in his crime.

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Addressing public gathering at Ahmedpur Lamma near Sadiqabad on Wednesday, the supreme leader of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz addressed PTI chief Imran Khan and PPP co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari, telling them they did not present him any real challenge. The former premier said the next 70 years would be the years of Pakistan's prosperity, which would bring employment for the poor.

Talking about the sit-ins staged by the PTI and PAT in 2014, Nawaz Sharif claimed to have secret information about the political agitation.

Ex-prime minister Nawaz Sharif and his daughter were unable to appear in the court after which their exemption pleas were submitted in the court.

Most of the findings presented today were also mentioned in the joint investigation team (JIT) report presented to the Supreme Court in the Panama Papers case a year ago and had led to the the apex court ordering the filing of references against Sharif, his children and former finance minister Ishaq Dar.

Hussian and Hassan Nawaz are UK-based and have been absconding since the proceedings began previous year, however, the former premier has been showing up regularly before the court of judge Muhammad Bashir.