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Islamabad: Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s family has rejected the allegations levelled against it by Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan, saying that it does not own any business in India.

According to Geo News, the Sharif family’s spokesperson said the Prime Minister’s kin do not own and run any businesses in India.

Imran Khan should not misguide the nation by spreading such propaganda, and should be ashamed of making baseless allegations.

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Imran Khan has time and again claimed that the Sharif family has businesses in India, although it has always been denied by the latter as baseless.

In September, PTI’s Tahirul Qadri had also pointed out ties between Indian workers and the Sharif family which were later refuted by the Managing Director (MD) Sharif Group of Industries Yousaf Abbas Sharif, saying that not a single Indian is working in the Sharif family sugar mill.

Imran Khan last year said Sharif had earned $60 million from his business with India including setting up of two new sugar mills.

First Published | 8 October 2016 6:46 PM
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