Daily Mail Defamation: Court denies Shahbaz Sharif time to respond.

Canada Global (Web News) British court rejects Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif’s plea for indefinite adjournment in Daily Mail defamation case.

The court rejected Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif’s request for an indefinite adjournment and refused to grant further respite to the petitioner.

The lawyers took the stand that the Prime Minister of Pakistan is busy, more time should be given to submit the reply, to which Justice Matthew Nicklin remarked that the Prime Minister and the common man are equal in his court.

It should be noted that Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif and his son-in-law Ali Imran have not yet been able to respond to the Daily Mail’s defense in court. If Shahbaz Sharif fails to respond in the case, he will have to pay the legal costs to the Daily Mail.

What did the Daily Mail publish?

According to reports, the British newspaper has claimed that the assets of Shahbaz Sharif and his son-in-law started to skyrocket after becoming the Chief Minister. Sources say that Ramzan Sugar Mill has also been mentioned in the reply.

The Daily Mail claims that “we sought the views of the Sharif family before publishing the story.”

According to newspaper officials, David Rose spoke to Salman Shehbaz twice, Maryam Aurangzeb and Azam Tarar were also contacted but they did not respond.

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