Nothing to do with Broadsheet issue: Imran

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Staff Reporter

Islamabad

Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that he has “nothing to do” with the Broadsheet issue and the agreement was made by former president Pervez Musharraf. His remarks came in a television interview which was aired on Friday.
Referring to the Broadsheet agreement, the prime minister said that the asset recovery firm found Nawaz Sharif’s assets worth $800 million “and a court declared that assets of $100 million really were owned by the former prime minister”. He said that the government was bound under the agreement, to pay the firm and if they did not pay, a day’s interest would have amounted to 5,000 pounds.

 

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