- Maryam’s grandfather died in 2004 and the matter was of 2008.
- Maryam Nawaz was asked about the shares of Chaudhary Sugar Mills case and she put the burden of proof on her late grandfather.
- Maryam said her grandfather was the one who used to deal with foreign nationals and was the sole person responsible for the matter.
- Accused Maryam didn’t offer any reasonable reply and told that she would consult her family members to give her response.
Maryam Nawaz is constantly avoiding the answers to the questions of the National Accountability Bureau (NAB).
Chaudhry Sugar Mills money-laundering investigation took a new turn on after Maryam Nawaz denied having any business relations with four foreign nationals.
Recently, she was asked about the 10.1 Million shares of Chaudhary Sugar Mills case that she possessed by 2008. She replied in affirmation and the very next moment changed her stance and said that these shares were transferred to her instead.
When inquired about the source of transfer, Maryam put the whole burden of proof on her late grandfather and uttered that he is the one who used to deal with foreign nationals and he’s the sole person responsible for the matter.
And here comes the calibri-level blunder:
She said that her late grandfather might have some understanding with the foreign nationals. Her grandfather died in 2004, while the transaction took place in 2008.
It is pertinent to mention here that Maryam Nawaz’s grandfather died in 2004 and shares were acquired four years later. When NAB questioned about this, she turned to blame her cousin Hamza Shahbaz who is currently under the NAB custody.
In the name of foreigners, huge investments have been sighted by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB). These shares were then transferred in the name of the daughter of three times premier of Pakistan.
The Accountability Court has extended Maryam Nawaz’s physical remand for 14 days. Accountability judge has ordered Maryam to be presented before the court on September 4.
Once again, PML-N isn’t cooperating with the investigators. Therefore, the accountability court required further custody of the suspects.
This is not the first time Sharif Family has messed up with the timeline
The famous Calibri Font scandal was also about the timing. The font was used in a trust deed submitted by Maryam Nawaz, and the date was of before the official launch of the font.
Ittefaq Foundry was established in 1969 but Shehbaz Sharif claimed that their Ittefaq Foundry made arms for the Pakistan Army in the historic war of 1965.
Nawaz Sharif claimed that the London flats were made from the money that came from the sale fo Jeddah Steel Mill but guess what?
Jeddah Steel Mill was sold in 2006 and London Flats were made in 1992.
Weren’t these jokes enough that Maryam came up with a new one today?