Imran Khan: Pakistan leader vows to take back ‘LOOTED’ money in UK

During his election campaign, Mr Khan used former Pakistan prime minister, Nawaz Sharif’s scandal as leverage for his anti-corruption drive.

In 2016, Panama Papers revealed that three of Mr Sharif’s children owned several offshore companies and even owned luxury flats in Park Lane, central London which were not shown on his family’s wealth statement.

The companies, identified as three British Virgin Islands-based companies – Nescoll Ltd, Nielsen Enterprises Ltd and Hangon Property Holdings Ltd – were used to channel funds to acquire foreign assets, according to claims within the papers.

In July last year, Mr Sharif was expelled from office by the Supreme Court of Pakistan and imprisoned for 10 years, after he was unable to explain how he managed to purchase four luxury flats in London, worth over £8million.

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