This article was carried by several publications, and the debate on social media and shows took center stage.
In 2012, one person reportedly linked to Mr. Sharif came to him and offered him money to investigate him, among other accusations made against former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, the owner of a construction business operated by Mr. Moussavi.
Moussavi Broadsheet said he met Anjum Dar twice, and Hussain Nawaz declined to deliver any offers
Mr. Moussavi echoed the allegations as he talked to Dawn. He said: ‘The gentleman called Anjum Dar arrived in 2012 and claimed to be the grandson of Nawaz Sharif. I met him twice, once in Canterbury and again in London,’ he said.
He also made a copy of the tape – it was in Urdu, so I don’t know what he was saying. “He showed me a picture of him hugging Nawaz Sharif at home and sitting with him. He also made a tape recorder – it was in Urdu, so I don’t know what he was saying”. I was wrapping up Nawaz Sharif at home and sitting with him.
When asked about the bid, Mr. Moussavi said, “When we realized he was actually offering us some money to leave, my response was that all the money offered came from an arbitration attorney. “
When asked why he had not told the British authorities or the court-appointed Arbitrator of the developments, he replied, “Of course I have discussed it with lawyers, but we have decided not to present it to the authorities.”
When asked why in 2012, long years after his government property restitution deal expired in 2003, the Sharif or their representative gave him a bribe, Mr. Moussavi stated: “We are in the arbitration, and the person involved would understand the whole situation and not want to see it happen.
Hussain Nawaz Sharif
Sharif’s son, Hussain Nawaz, commented to Dawn: “This is completely untrue. We don’t have a cousin named Anjum Dar. Is there any person who claims that such a thing is coming his way? [ Moussavi] is it difficult for your detective company to determine who he is before making such an accusation? “
He continued that “Nawaz Sharif has two brothers and a sister and that their children’s names belong to the public domain. Mr. Moussavi is a bad research investigator who struggled even 9 years afterwards.
The owner of Broadsheet condemned Sharif’s wrongdoing and offered his services to the Pakistani government to get his business in the Avenfield House to audit the family’s property this week. The government is not interested in its plans and hesitates over the latest required payment by Broadsheet LLC of almost $29 million in response to a court order.
Moussavi also said that in another surprising comment in an interview, filmed entiremente by Dawn, the guy who met with him in 2018 was more interested in breaking it than in pursuing the perpetrators on a $1 billion bank account.
“A delegation has come to London [2018. year], to talk to the National Police Service about money frozen in the aftermath of the inexplicable riches command. At that point I was invited to speak and meet a gentleman in Cafe Rouge, in North London, to all.
He was also informed by the man who said he was holding a general meeting with him at the time, but he did not reveal his identity. He said that the man was not identified, and that he did not have a general meeting.
The day earlier, Mr Akbar had told the author that the government was not serious about the Broadsheet LLC facilities since “it was flying over Pakistan without providing”
Broadsheet LLC, a company established on Man Island in 2000, was hired to investigate and monitor the suspected foreign assets of politicians and businessmen from Pakistan by representatives of the Musharraf government the same year. The owner claimed that the Sharif family was the key government priority and expanded the probe to 200 targets and was suspiciously handled abroad. According to the owner.
Sherpao was named Moussavi
Mr. Moussavi reported that when the government hired his enterprise to interview certain individuals, Broadsheet LLC later ordered them to delete those names in their investigation. In his previous Interview He noticed that this letter was submitted to a man who was later named interior minister by Musharraf. “That was Sherpao,” Ahmed Khan Sherpao, who had served as minister in 2004, said.