World Bank denies reports that Nawaz Sharif laundered $4.9 billion to India

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Under fire for his statement on 26/11 Mumbai attacks, Pakistan's ousted prime minister Nawaz Sharif has asserted that the media "grossly misinterpreted" his remarks.

Sharif in an interview with the Dawn newspaper had said last week, "Militant organisations are active".

"The meeting reviewed the recent statement in the context of Mumbai attacks...and unanimously termed this statement as incorrect and misleading", said a statement issued after the NSC meeting held at Prime Minister's House.

Weighing the ongoing wave of discussions on the Mumbai attacks, former interior minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan said India used the Mumbai attacks for its own "despicable" plans. He said misunderstandings are removed in the light of the facts. Explain it to me.

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"Party leaders should make statements based on facts", he asserted, saying nobody needs a certificate of patriotism from anyone.

In its annual report, the statement said that the World Bank estimates bilateral remittances between countries using the methodology summarised in the World Bank Working Paper 102 South-South migration and remittances by the authors of the report.

Mr Sharif said it should become known now as to who is responsible for bringing the country to this juncture and who laid the foundation of terrorism in the country.

He further questioned why Mumbai trial wasn't completed while adding that he always spoke the truth and stood by it.

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Addressing the meeting, the chief minister said that the efforts of Pakistan Muslim League-N government for overcoming the energy crisis are bearing fruit. He further said Nawaz speaking Modi's language against Pakistan state simply to protect his ill-gotten Rs 300 billion stashed in his sons companies abroad.Mir Jafar was the commander in Siraj- ud -Daulah's army and he colluded with the East India Company to defeat the Nawab of Bengal in the Battle of Plassey in 1757.

Following the prime minister's comments, the opposition parties staged a walkout in protest.

Sharif's comments have stirred a controversy in Pakistan, prompting the National Security Committee to call a high-level meeting to reject the statement.

Shahbaz said, "There can and shall never be any compromise on any national interest, and added, "The report has incorrectly attributed certain remarks to PML-N Quaid Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif, which do not represent PML-N's party policy".

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