Observer Report Lahore
The court on Saturday extended interim bails of Pakistan Muslim League-N president Shehbaz Sharif and his son Hamza Shahbaz in money laundering case till December 11.
During the hearing, the judge asked the Federal Investigation Agency about the development in inquiry over which, the investigation officer told that co-accused Usman is not cooperating with the team. The court directed Usman to cooperate with the officers in the case.
Meanwhile, Shehbaz has rejected all the allegations and said that this is my children’s business. He said that the concerned authorities had accused him of laundering money.
Meanwhile, Shehbaz Sharif, in a statement, blamed the government’s criminal negligence, incompetence and corruption for the worst gas crisis in the country and said the gas crisis is another sign of vernment’s failure afterinflation.
He said that the people have beensuffering from traumas, accidents, worries and distress for the past three years and throwing the people into a quagmire of helplessness is government’s indifference.
“Despite the terminals built by Nawaz Sharif, the gas crisis shows the extreme incompetence of the present government,” he said.
Shehabz Sharif went on to say that there were terminals and capacity but the government could not provide gas on time and at reasonable price, adding that at present less than half of the gas storage capacity in the terminals is being utilized.