Pakistan

Mian Nawaz Sharif’s Wealth

Mian Mohammad Nawaz Sharif’s worth can’t be declined yet even if he is disqualified from the prime minister’s office under the orders of honorable Supreme Court of Pakistan. He was one of top 10 richest persons in Pakistan, competing with his rival Mr Asif Ali Zardari who is way more richer than him, but JIT had some evidence documents that they produced during the investigation of Panama papers. Right now he is under the investigation by National Accountability bureau(NAB), Nawaz Sharif, and his 2 sons Hussain Nawaz, and Hassan Nawaz all three were scheduled for appearance in-front of  NAB court on August 18th but both of his sons were out of country for some business purposes. And Mian Nawaz sharif refused to appear in-front of NAB courts, and reason for not appearing in NAB court is that PML(N) has asked for a review on Supreme Court’s decision. that’s why they can’t attend the NAB court session for investigation of corruption case

If we go to the history of Sharif family, we see they migrated from India, Mian Mohammad Sharif, father of former prime minister Nawaz Sharif migrated from Jati-Umrah, a little village in Amritsar, India to Pakistan, and here they finally settled in Punjab province of Pakistan and Lahore was their Home Town. Even in Lahore they bought the most expensive lands in the city for their residence in Model Town Lahore. Right now sharif family was a very successful business family until Supreme Court disqualified him from PM office and started NAB investigation for more than 30 cases of corruption on him and his other family members.

Here we have wealth tax returns, wealth statements, and income tax returns of former prime minister Nawaz Sharif, and reported money trail that was presented in JIT final report. you can either download into pdf format or you can just read it by clicking on the link below:

Money Laundering Chart and money trail reported by JIT

MNS- Financial documents

 

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