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Nawaz Sharif Name Used to Register Multiple Vehicles in London

A London police inquiry was sparked by PML-N allegations that three cars registered in Nawaz Sharif’s name without his knowledge or approval may be used for terrorism or criminal activity. When Nawaz’s staff informed the police that three automobiles had been registered in his name in March and April, the inquiry was launched. The office voiced worry that a crime may be being attempted.

The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) wrote the former Pakistani Prime Minister at Avenfield House and provided the registration information for a car that was fraudulently registered in his name. After Sharif’s office reported the activities in March, the DVLA looked into it. Another incidence with a vehicle being registered in Sharif’s name happened last month, according to PML-N spokesperson Khurram Butt of London, who talked to Dawn.

The discovery of a third car in his name as a result of a traffic ticket was described by Butt as “uncovering a malicious attempt by some individuals to exploit the name and reputation of the PML-N leader for criminal purposes.” Authorities in London are investigating every possibility to find out who fraudulently registered these automobiles.

The DVLA urged Sharif to report a bogus claim to police even though they notified him that their records had cleared his name from the car registrations.

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