Khursheed Shah addresses NA session

ISLAMABAD:  Opposition leader from Pakistan People’s Party Khursheed Shah addresses the National Assembly session today and raised some questions against Prime Minister of Pakistan Nawaz Sharif, Aaj News reported on Wendnesday.

According to the reports, Shah said that Panama Leaks is related to PM that’s why opposition asked PM to address the problem in parliament as it is the only forum where this can be solved.

Shah said that Panama Leaks are related to PM of Pakistan. How come PM’s family manage to established a mill outside of the country when Iteefaq Foundry was nationalized in 1973, said Shah.

He also asked the children of PM to change their nationality if they are willing to do business and investment outside Pakistan.

While talking about tax Shah gave the example of Quaid e Azam, he said that father of the nation in 1939 paid 4490 in taxes while PM in 1992 paid only 2700 in taxes.

He further said that PM own 12 companies and in 23 years these companies only paid 10 billion rupees.