Sharif Badmash: An Overview of Corruption of Nawaz Sharif and Shahbaz Sharif

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  1. SC verdict deems Nawaz ‘dishonest’ person

    ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court (SC) released a detailed judgement of its verdict to disqualify the Sharif brothers from holding public office on Saturday. Terming Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) chief Nawaz Sharif as dishonest, and “not sagacious”, the verdict said he had been convicted by the Accountability Court under Section 9-A(V) in Reference No 2 of 2000, and under Section 10 of the NAB Ordinance, 1999 for dishonesty, corruption and corrupt practices. It said Nawaz had been publicly defaming the judiciary and the armed forces of Pakistan, adding cases for recovery of loans taken by the PML-N chief were still pending before the Lahore High Court. In the case of Shahbaz, the court said he was still a fugitive from law, as loans obtained by him and his family members remained unpaid. It said that Shahbaz had also defamed and ridiculed the judiciary and could not be considered righteous. The verdict said the acceptance of the Shahbaz’s nomination papers was legally unsustainable and had been set aside.

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