In a major development, another audio clip of Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif has been leaked online in which he can be heard talking about appointing SAPMs with an unknown person.
According to the details, the audio was leaked early Thursday by unknown sources and it is going viral on social media. In the purported audio, an unidentified man could be heard talking about PPP asking for a share in the posts of special assistants.
“No it is not like that, Bilawal spoke to me about that matter,” the premier could be heard replying to an unknown man.
“We have to appoint Zafar Mahmood and Jahanzeb Sahib also. I will tell you a final number today,” the unidentified man can be heard saying.
“MQM member named Malik Ahmed Ali was telling that he had a key role in making a deal with two parties. I am sending you his CV and he belongs to Karachi,” he can be heard talking to the premier.
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Another alleged audio of Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif has surfaced on social media in which the premier is heard talking about appointing SAPMs with an unknown person. pic.twitter.com/QKut45wNWG
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Pakistan’s audio leak fiasco
Lately, Pakistan has been rocked by a slew of leaked audio clips from the Prime Minister’s Office featuring officials from the previous and incumbent governments. The latest audio leak is Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif’s second audio.
In the first audio, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif could be heard talking to a government official that Maryam Nawaz Sharif had asked him to facilitate her son-in-law Raheel with the import of machinery for a power plant, from India. Due to the subject matter of the audio, PTI leaders accused the Prime Minister of putting his family’s business interests before those of the state.
Also, the second leaked audio of PM Shehbaz comes weeks after soundbites of PTI chairman Imran Khan and his party leaders among others were leaked online allegedly by a ‘hacker’.
Pertinent to mention that Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif had constituted a high-powered committee, comprising federal ministers and heads of intelligence agencies, to oversee the investigation into the leaks of conversations in the Prime Minister’s House. However, audio leaks continue to surface.