Shahbaz Sharif refers to Broadsheet’s CEO’s apologies as a “historic day” for Pakistan.

PML-N President Shahbaz Sharif said today is a "very significant" day in Pakistani history as CEO Kaveh Moussavi of assets recovery agency Broadsheet apologized.

Shahbaz, accompanied by Ahsan Iqbal and Shahid Khaqan Abbasi at a news conference, said that the CEO of the British corporation had delivered a “unconditional apologies to former prime minister Nawaz Sharif, confessing that they could not discover a single loose graft against him.

Imran Khan is being slapped hard in the face, as he claims, for dragging the country into an economic and employment abyss.

“Broadsheet” was started by Pervaiz Musharraf, according to Shahbaz, who is the Opposition Leader in the National Assembly.

Shahzad Akbar and the NAB-Niazi nexus attempted to show corruption against Nawaz Sharif, but they failed spectacularly, according to him. “.

He inquired as to where the joint investigation team (JIT) held Nawaz responsible. After 20 years of research, Shahbaz reaffirmed that nothing had been proven.

This “drop scenario” was caused by mocking and propagandizing Nawaz and the PML-N on television, according to PML-N leader Imran Khan.

Moussavi apologized profusely to former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif earlier today, dropping all claims of corruption and apologizing for his role in a “witch hunt” that has lasted for more than two decades in the name of accountability.

Nawaz Sharif has received an apology from Broadsheet’s CEO and former Oxford University colleague, who said in an exclusive interview with Geo that the newspaper’s forensic inquiry against Nawaz and his family spanned more than two decades and yielded “not one cent.”

Sir Anthony’s judgement in favor of Moussavi in London High Court last year resulted in a $30 million victory for Moussavi, while the same case cost Pakistan almost $65 million.

International arbitrator in the International Court of Arbitration, fellow at Oxford University’s Centre for Socio-Legal Studies, and director at its Department of Public Interest Law, Moussavi had a diverse professional background prior to this.

For a contract inked in 1999, Broadsheet made a deal with Pervez Musharraf’s administration to uncover the riches that Benazir Bhutto and Nawaz Sharif are said to have stolen.

Broadsheet’s inquiry discovered no proof of corruption, stolen or hidden riches, or unexplained wealth anywhere in the globe, Moussavi claimed.

That’s not a penny. But there wasn’t one cent that belonged to Nawaz, Pakistan’s former prime leader or any of his family members. After over two decades of research, I’m certain I’m not missing even a single penny. Anyone who tells you differently is telling you the truth.

In an interview with the New York Times, Moussavi stated he had no doubt that the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) had manufactured accusations against Nawaz Sharif on political reasons, which is why he apologized to Sharif.

Shahbaz bin Khalifa extends a warm welcome to the Foreign Ministers’ Council.
In the meanwhile, Shahbaz greeted the OIC leaders who have arrived in Pakistan for the 48th annual summit.

It is his hope that the Pakistan tour would be a memorable one for the visiting dignitaries by raising the subject of oppression in Kashmir and Palestine throughout the session.

Additionally, Shahbaz urged the leaders to emphasize the subject of starvation in Afghanistan, citing the dire consequences.