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Sharifs to blame for Faisal Subhan’s disappearance, says Imran

SAMAA | - Posted: Feb 26, 2018 | Last Updated: 4 years ago
Posted: Feb 26, 2018 | Last Updated: 4 years ago

ISLAMABAD: PTI chief Imran Khan said on Monday that Faisal Subhan had gone missing after he had issued a statement against the Sharif brothers. 

Speaking to media persons, the cricketer-turned-politician said that Faisal Subhan, the CEO of Multan Metro Construction company, had gone missing after he had given a statement exposing the kickbacks that Shebaz Sharif had allegedly received in the Metro project.

"Is this a banana republic that the man who issued a statement against the Chota Don has now gone missing?" asked Imran.

Imran Khan said that Nawaz Sharif had gone down as a result of the Panama Leaks scandal and that the Multan Metro Bus project corruption scandal would be the cause of Shehbaz Sharif's downfall.

"The corruption that has taken place as a result of the Multan Metro Bus project is being investigated by the Chinese SECP," he said.

"Shahbaz Sharif's Panama moment has come as Faisal Subhan, CEO of shell co, Capital Construction, confessed to Chinese regulatory authority investigating corruption in Multan Metro project that SS & family were paid hefty kickbacks in their overseas accounts from this project," Imran had tweeted yesterday.

The cricketer-turned-politician also tweeted,"After this confession, Subhan has disappeared and we demand an inquiry into his disappearance. Also, since the senior PAS bureaucracy is compromised, the SC must now ensure that contracts for all the Punjab & federal Metro projects plus Orange Train be made public."
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