Malik demands legal action against Pakistan Muslim League – N in Asghar Khan case

Islamabad: Federal Minister for Interior, Rehman Malik has said that he has solid proofs against Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (N) for its involvement in Mehran Bank scandal.

While talking to the reporters outside the Parliament House, Malik demanded legal actions against the leaders of the accused party.

Lamenting that PML-N’s act of taking bribe to conspire against the democratic government of Pakistan Peoples’ Party (PPP) back in 1990 general elections, Malik said that it should be charged with treason.

Malik claimed that he had proofs for the money distributed by Younis Habib which he was to produce before the court.

Recently, the apex court has taken up a petition by Air Marshal (retd) Asghar Khan filed back in 1996 in which the country’s top intelligence agency, Inter Services Intelligence (ISI) has been accused of financing several politicians,
including the Sharifs, to form Islami Jamhoori Ittehad (IJI) and to prevent Benazir Bhutto from winning the polls in 1990.

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