Suspicious transactions of Shahbaz Sharif and Salman Shahbaz came to light
A record of suspicious transactions revealed in the financial monitoring report of former Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif has come to light. According to the report, Khadim-e-Ala, as the Chief Minister, made five suspicious transactions, the record of which is not even with the SBP. According to NAB documents, the former chief minister made five suspicious transactions at a Muslim Town branch of a private bank. His younger son Salman Shahbaz Sharif’s name is also present in the four. According to the documents, four suspicious transactions were done by Shahbaz Sharif on January 1, 2017 while the fifth suspicious transaction took place on April 28, 2017.
According to NAB sources, Shahbaz Sharif and his son Salman Shahbaz could not give a satisfactory answer to these suspicious transactions and all these transactions were done when he was the Chief Minister of Punjab and other documents including the same transaction were shown to Salman Shahbaz during the investigation. He not only refused to acknowledge this but said that he would reply only after getting information from his chief financial officer about these transactions and then he fled the country and was summoned several times by the NAB. Despite not appearing.