As we all know about the latest Achivement of corrupt and Bikaooo family Sharif Family, According to the Wall street Journal they have received 20 million USD as a bribe to sell/ privatize K-electric, So I request all of those having soul to demand JIT for investigation and if they found guilty they should penalize with double the penalty and k-electric should be detained as and penalty for those who offered this deal
Please share this so much so that #CJP can take notice
A veces busco el folio como el que busca la lumbre para escapar del hambre y del frío de noviembre....
. Mejor dejémoslo en empate, el amor se fue y ninguno pagó su rescate. Lo malo es la nostalgia y su debate, el corazón ya va mejor sólo me duele cuando late... #sharif#rap#kaseo#nach
Perdón por estos ojos que ríen por no llorar. Que callan por no mentir, que sueñan a su manera,Por las veces que para no perder me enroco. Perdón por la tristeza que me ensucia la camisa Y por la lágrimas que escondo en el fondo de mi sonrisa Y perdón por traer octubre a tu ventana. #sharif#perdonar#agradecer
La conocí en el andén de la estación de las promesas incumplidas, donde los trenes van en dirección prohibida, allí me dijo: “te querré toda la vida”, pero, su primer beso ya sabia a despedida #sharif#libro#tbt#enjoy#rap
Si alguna vez saqué a bailar a la locura, es porqué a mi me gusta nadar donde cubre. Que puedo hacer si el tiempo que todo lo cura ya descubrí que es el mismo que todo lo pudre. #sharif#loquerompenmispalabras#rap#music
#ArifNaqvi , the embattled founder of Dubai-based #AbraajGroup , allegedly paid $20 million to businessman Navaid Malik for his assistance in securing cooperation of #Sharif brothers for K-Electric sale, claims an article published in the Wall Street Journal (WSJ).
#SurkhiTaaza : According to Wall Street Journal, Abraaj CEO, Arif Naqvi allegedly paid $20 Million in funds to businessman Navaid Malik to secure cooperation of #Sharif Brothers for K-Electric sale.
For more: @surkhi.pk
Así que cuando dios no responde a mis preguntas,
Me bajo a la calle que es maestra redentora,
En busca de un amigo que me dure hasta la tumba,
Y en busca de un amor que me dure hasta la aurora
Wall Street Journal’s latest article on Abraaj Group’s down-fall also highlights upon the sale of K-Electric and how the #Abraaj Group paid $20 Million to get political support of the #Sharif Brothers. Article excerpt below:
In 2016, Abraaj was looking to sell its stake in K-Electric Ltd., the electricity provider to Karachi. Mr. Naqvi tried to secure the cooperation of Pakistan’s then-prime minister, Nawaz Sharif, and his brother Shehbaz, offering a $20 million payment to businessman Navaid Malik for his help in getting it, according to company emails and people familiar with the situation. The government owns a stake in K-Electric and its approval would be required for the sale to go through.
Shehbaz was “willing to give a strong endorsement” of the deal to Chinese bidders, Mr. Malik said, according to an October 2015 email to Mr. Naqvi from Abraaj partner Omar Lodhi. Mr. Malik said it was “important for him to share every detail with the brothers and get their blessings as well as their instructions as to how this money should be distributed,” such as “a portion to charity” or “a portion to the election fund kitty,” Mr. Lodhi wrote in the email.
When Mr. Naqvi emailed Mr. Lodhi about the $20 million contract for Mr. Malik in June 2016, he wrote, “This document is explosive in the wrong hands.” Abraaj and K-Electric shouldn’t be named in the document, he wrote: “Keep it generic.” “Noted,” Mr. Lodhi responded. Mr. Malik didn’t respond to requests for comment.
In October 2016, Abraaj announced the sale of the majority stake it controls in K-Electric to China’s state-controlled Shanghai Electric Power Co. for $1.77 billion. However, completion of the sale was delayed by regulatory hurdles.
In July 2017, Pakistan’s Supreme Court removed Prime Minister Sharif from office, and he was convicted of corruption this summer in a case centering on the ownership of London apartments his family used. He is appealing.
K-Electric still hasn’t been sold. A lawyer for the Sharif family said the brothers deny any discussions took place with Mr. Malik as described in the emails.