“PPP asking shares for SAPM,” another alleged audio leak of PM Shehbaz surfaces
Another alleged audio leak of Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif regarding the appointment his special assistants and Pakistan Peoples Party’s (PPP) share surfaced.
In the alleged audio, an unidentified person tells the Prime Minister that, “Ayaz Sadiq is saying that people of People’s Party are also asking shares for SAPM, to which Shehbaz Sharif replies, “Yes of course, Bilawal had talked about it.”
After which the unknown person says that, “so look at it, we have to appoint Zafar Mehmood and Mr Jahanzaib. I will tell you a final number today,” to which PM Shehbaz replies, “Share the document, its not just peoples party but others as well.”
The unidentified person says that, “then JUI and MQM will also ask for it. MQM is naming Malik Ahmed Ali, saying that he had a critical role in all this deal.”
PM Shehbaz Sharif asks who? In response to which the person says, “Sir, he is from Karachi.”
PM Shehbaz and team’s audio leaks:
Earlier, the audio of the secret meeting in the Prime Minister’s House was leaked, after which questions were being raised regarding the security of the PM House.
In the leak audio, PM Shehbaz, Rana Sanaullah, Defence Minister Khawaja Muhammad Asif, Sardar Ayaz Sadiq and others can be allegedly heard expressing their opinions over PTI’s resignations. They were also talking about Nawaz Sharif’s permission to accept the resignations.
In another audio between PM Shehbaz and Maryam Nawaz both were talking for a power plant from India to be imported for Maryam’s son-in-law.
Later, the high-level committee has debugged and combed the entire premises of Prime Minister House.
The committee has thoroughly checked the entire premises of the PM house. All the employees and officers went through a proper check, and their cell phones and laptops were monitored.
On October 11, Federal Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah claimed that the audio leaks controversy, which compromised the cyber security of the Prime Minister House (PMH) and Prime Minister Office (PMO), had been resolved and that no “enemy intelligence agency” was involved as staff did it for money.
“The controversy has been resolved and there was no evidence of involvement of foreign intelligence agencies in the saga,” Sanaullah said.
The federal minister further said that some staff members of the Prime Minister House have been identified, and they did it for money.