Forever disqualified Prime Minister and Former PML-N leader Mian Nawaz Sharif has sent the 2nd legal notice to Chairman NAB (National Accountability Bureau) Justice (R) Javed Iqbal. Nawaz Sharif has sent notice to NAB on charges of $4.9 billion money transferred to India. Advocate Supreme Court of Pakistan, Barrister Munawar Dongle sent the Legal Notice to Chairman NAB from Nawaz Sharif. In which the Former Prime Minister termed the allegations made by former Chairman NAB, and said that Justice (R) Javed Iqbal should apologize within 14 days.
In the legal notice sent to Chairman NAB, Nawaz Sharif said that Javed Iqbal should pay Rs: 1 billion as damages within next 14 days and also demanded that Javed tender an apology for his insulting and also publish apologies in all leading English and Urdu newspapers as well. According to legal notice, legal action will be taken for not giving forgiveness and not paying compensation in 14 days.
Taking notice of a false newspaper article based on a flawed report of the World Bank, NAB had said it has started looking into whether ousted premier Sharif was involved in the alleged laundering of $4.9 billion to India. According to a legal notice, before the NAB receives only the complaint, there is no example of that statement; Nawaz Sharif is an experienced politician who has been the Prime Minister 3 times.
The notice said that issuing a declaration without authentication from diverse sources is malicious. According to the NAB, the chairman was ordered to investigate the transfer of billions of dollars in India through money laundering in the light of media reports. As per statement, the media reports were reported that details of the case were listed in the World Bank’s Migration and remittances Book 2016. India’s foreign currency deposits had increased through money laundering, while Pakistan had to borrow billions of dollars in this regard.