The Pakistani Anti-Corruption Commission has approved the launch of new investigations into former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and current Pakistan-Nawaz Muslim League (PML-N) opposition leader Shebhaz Sharif, which have been the subject of several investigations and convictions. in the country.
The National Accountability Office (NAB) determined after a meeting of its executive committee in the capital, Islamabad, that “all investigations have been ordered based on allegations and are in no way final or binding”.
He also stressed that “he will work to get the legally required statements from everyone involved, after which it will be decided whether the investigation will continue,” reports Pakistani TV station Geo TV.
The NAB has made it clear that Sharif is among those affected, although it has not spoken out the reasons, and added that it has also approved investigations against former Senator Sartaj Aziz and Punjab dl Meher Hamid Rashid, a member of the province.