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Fazl active to ‘arrange’ Nawaz-Zardari meeting in London
The two senior political leaders deliberated upon Panama Papers and storm a arising out of the controversy in Pakistan.
Sources informed that Fazl arrived in London to reportedly arrange a meeting between PM Nawaz Sharif and Zardari to hash out solution in ongoing controversy in the wake of Panama Papers.
They agreed ‘not to let system derailed on pretext of Panama Papers.’ Fazl said reconciliation politics should move forward.
Talking to ARY News, senior PPP leader Qamar Zaman Kaira said he had no idea about minutes of the meeting held in London.
Regarding expected meeting between Asif Zardari and Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, Kaira said the supposed meeting should not held as it would be ‘untimely and give a wrong impression.’
‘PPP to let PML-N play safe’
Analyst Arif Hameed Bhatti citing his credible sources said the PPP had decided in principle that it wont create hurdles for the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz.
He said the decision to this effect was taken during a telephonic conversation between the leadership of the two parties.
‘Why PM Sharif is in hot water’?
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in April pledged to resign if a probe related to the Panama Papers tax scandal found his family had committed any wrongdoing.
Three of Sharif’s children were named in a vast leak of documents from Panama-based law firm Mossack Fonseca this month that has revealed how the wealthy hide their money.
The premier has announced a probe into the revelations contained in the Panama Papers, which claim his children owned London property through an offshore company.
The chief justice, meanwhile, has already refused to form a judicial commission on Panama Papers, saying the terms of references devised by the government could not be applied on commission constitution.