Islamabad: Former Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Saturday asked how could he have filed income tax returns on a salary he never received from his son’s company in Dubai, referring to the Supreme Court’s grounds for his disqualification in the Panama Papers case.
Sharif was disqualified by the Supreme Court last week in connection with the Panama Papers scandal. The 67-year-old veteran politician soon resigned from his position. During an informal chat with journalists in Islamabad, Sharif said he has a lot to say on the subject of his disqualification, however, he prefers to stay silent for now.
He added that he is starting to understand a lot (about what is going on), Geo News reported. He warned that he “won’t stay silent forever”. He did not give details but his party has been talking about the conspiracy to dislodge him. Sharif asked how could he have filed income