Opponents have failed to prove any allegations, says Maryam Nawaz

Trevor Jackson
July 11, 2017

"They had no answer to my question", she said.

She claimed the investigators, who are bound by the Supreme Court to wrap up their investigations by July 10, had no answer when she had asked them about the accusations against her family.

Ms Nawaz said that she was pressurized for being PM's daughter who always taught to stand for the right, adding "We have presented ourselves over three generations for accountability".

Asserting that there is not a shred of evidence against Nawaz Sharif over misuse of public funds, Maryam said that not even a penny has been misappropriated by her family. Today, I have paid the debt that was not due.

"I have answered whatever questions they [investigators] asked me", Maryam said.

On the occasion, stringent security measures were taken in the Federal Capital by deploying over 3,000 security officials to avert any untoward incident.

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Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Wednesday hoped that Pakistan and Tajikistan would be able to achieve their target of $500 million soon. A number of PML-N workers, especially from the party's women wing, had also turned up near the FJA to show support for Maryam.

The Prime Minister is on a two-day visit to Tajikistan in a bid to bolster country's trade, import energy to meet its growing needs and enhance regional connectivity. "The opponents are distorting the statements for their vested interests".

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"I told him that I am your daughter, trained by you, will neither cower down, nor yield to pressure and nothing will deter me from taking up the cudgels against transgression and injustice". Maryam denied the allegations, saying she was only a trustee-owner of the company that belongs to her brother. However, in a veiled reference to Imran Khan and Jahangir Khan Tareen, she said there were others who also had offshore companies but whose names didn't appear in the Panama Papers and no one was asking them anything.

In a meeting with his Tajik Counterpart Qohir Rasulzoda at the State Guest House in Dushanbe, Nawaz Sharif said that there was a tremendous potential to boost trade between the two Countries. Receipt of such gifts from the father does not necessarily make her PM Sharif's dependent in the legal sense.

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