Nawaz Sharif Rejected a $5 Billion Offer from the U.S. to Stop Nuclear Tests

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The people with knowledge of the development stated that the NAB team is still present at Bahria Town’s corporate headquarters. They further mentioned that the Bahria Town headquarters is being searched in several areas by the corruption watchdog.

Malik Riaz, the owner of Bahria town, and other high officials’ offices are being searched by the NAB team. According to the sources, the NAB team took possession of the records at the head office in Bahria town.
The special force and the police from Punjab and Islamabad accompany the NAB team. A large police detachment was mobilized, and the NAB team sealed off the roads leading to the Bahria Town Head Office.

Pakistan is a country that cherishes its freedom and will not waver from its ideals, Nawaz Sharif emphasized. “We are not a sell-out nation.”

The leader of the PML-N claimed that a “conspiracy” was responsible for his removal from the Prime Minister’s Office in 2017.

Nawaz Sharif said that his political rivals who had returned from London had organized a sit-in and that there was a “conspiracy” to overthrow his administration.

Nawaz Sharif claimed that he received a message during the sit-in asking him to step down or face severe repercussions.

“I told them to do whatever they want, but Nawaz Sharif will never resign,” the PML-N president said.

Referring to the May 9 riots, he said that we are the ones who stand with May 28th (Pakistan’s nuclear tests day), not with May 9th.

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Earlier in the day, former prime minister Nawaz Sharif Tuesday elected unopposed as PML-N president

Sharif lost the PML-N’s presidentship six years due to a Supreme Court decision in the Panama Papers case.

The five-member election commission of the party headed by Rana Sanaullah. Iqbal Jhagra, Ishrat Ashraf, Jamal Shah Kakar and Khealdas Kohistani supervised the elections.

No candidate submitted nomination papers against Nawaz Sharif.

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