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Pakistan anti-corruption body arrests key opposition leader

Pakistan anti-corruption

The capture of Khawaja Asif, who filled in as unfamiliar pastor in the public authority of previous PM Nawaz Sharif, comes in the midst of resistance drove fights.

Pakistan’s enemy of debasement body on Tuesday requested the capture of a key resistance pioneer on charges of having resources higher than his known kinds of revenue, a representative said.

The capture of Khawaja Asif, who filled in as unfamiliar pastor in the public authority of previous Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, comes days after the resistance asked Prime Minister Imran Khan to leave until January 31 or face delayed fights in the capital Islamabad.

Pakistani resistance groups have been holding rallies the nation over to constrain Khan to leave over his supposed inability to improve the nation’s economy.

In a concise articulation, Nawazish Ali, a representative for the National Accountability Bureau, affirmed Asif’s capture, saying he was arrested for having “resources past known types of revenue”.

Asif has been condemning of Khan and is a senior head of the resistance Pakistan Muslim League gathering of Sharif, who currently dwells in London.

The previous PM was as of late proclaimed an outlaw for not getting back to deal with defilement indictments.

Sharif transgressed after the nation’s legal executive eliminated him from office over defilement charges in 2017. His more youthful sibling Shahbaz Sharif was likewise captured on debasement allegations.

The resistance says the captures are politically spurred however Prime Minister Khan says it is important for his plan against defilement.