Shahbaz Sharif is more likely to win a case against a British journalist.
Shahbaz Sharif can win case against Daily Mail Senior analyst Aaron Al Rashid has said that Shahbaz Sharif can win a case against the Daily Mail. Talking to a private channel, he says there has been talk to a law expert in London who has said that Shahbaz Sharif ‘s position is strong. The team to which the former Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif gave the case does not catch a case in which it is unlikely to win.
The Daily Mail journalist David Rose’s accusation of seeking relief from earthquake victims will be difficult to prove because the British government audits any aid it provides, saying that one Pakistan official recently called David Rose. Has won a case against.
The Daily Mail will have to pay 12 million pounds. Losing a case did not matter to David Rose and the Daily Mail would not be closed.
Haroon-ul-Rashid says British journalist David Russia’s lawyer will sit down with Shahbaz Sharif ‘s lawyer. With the compensation, Shahbaz Sharif will demand an apology. Shahbaz Sharif can never eat the money of earthquake victims. The British journalist and newspaper, which was pressing news against Shahbaz Sharif, was shocked by £ 12m.
David Rose and Mail on Sunday Nelson residents lost their case to British-born Pakistani Wajid Iqbal. Before the case started, the newspaper settled outside the court, while the case was scheduled to begin in April this year. Talking to a private TV channel, Wajid Iqbal said that the newspaper’s false news destroyed my house, I could not meet my children for two years. The newspaper chose me because of my Pakistani citizenship. Wajid Iqbal’s lawyer, Mark Louis, said that because Wajid Iqbal was a Pakistani citizen, he was named in various cases.