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PM Shehbaz’s son Suleman visits Masjid-e-Nabvi before returning to Pakistan

Suleman Shehbaz landed in Saudi Arabia earlier this week with his family to perform Umrah. 

Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif’s son Suleman Shehbaz paid a visit to the Holy Prophet’s Mosque in Medina before his return to Pakistan.

According to the details, Suleman Shehbaz’s wife uploaded a picture of them on Twitter at the Holy Prophet’s Mosque, Masjid-e-Nabvi. The picture has gone viral on social media.

Suleman Shehbaz landed in Saudi Arabia earlier this week with his family to perform Umrah.

Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif’s son Suleman Shehbaz said on Wednesday he is returning to Pakistan after more than four years of exile in London. He said he will return to Pakistan on December 11.

While giving an interview with a private media channel, Suleman Shehbaz said that cases were made against him at the request of PTI Chairman Imran Khan.

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“I was compelled to leave Pakistan by fabricating cases in order to introduce a new political system,” he said.

Suleman also said, “Former NAB chairman Javed Iqbal was blackmailed and cases were made against us. Pakistani resources were used carelessly to make cases against us in Pakistan and the UK.”

Suleman Shehbaz had reached London from Pakistan ahead of the 2018 general elections when several cases were made against him by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB).

He was also named in several cases along with his father, the current prime minister, his brother Hamza Shehbaz, and other Sharif family members.

The Assets Recovery Unit (ARU), headed by Imran Khan’s former accountability minister Shahzad Akbar, had Suleman Sharif investigated in London in Shehbaz Sharif’s money-laundering and misuse of public office case by the UK’s National Crime Agency (NCA), but he was given a clean chit after two years of investigation by the UK’s top anti-corruption sleuths.

Earlier, Suleman Shehbaz decided to come back home as he requested protective bail in a petition to the IHC. In the petition, the argument was made that a fraudulent case of money laundering was registered.

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