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November 16, 2015
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Former senator Saifur Rehman denies returning to Pakistan

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November 16, 2015

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ISLAMABAD: Former Chairman of Ehtesab Bureau Senator Saifur Rehman Khan has brushed aside the impression that he would return to Pakistan and assume a responsibility with regard to CPEC.
Talking to The News from a Gulf country on phone on Sunday evening, he said that he was busy with his own business abroad and he had no plan to return Pakistan to assume any official engagement. Senator Saif said that he was indebted to Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif for his brotherly consideration as he enjoyed himself ever cordial ties with him. But the speculation of accepting any position with government was far from the truth. “No such proposal has come across for discussion at any level and anytime hence the kite-flying has no basis whatsoever,” he added.
Saifur Rehman Khan said that he had seen some reports on social media and for the reason he was constrained to contradict it emphatically. Senator Saif and his family was currently transacting business in a Gulf state and staying there.

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    Farah Khan commented 2 years ago

    This man is a corrupt crook who has taken advantage of Pks money and made billions in Doha. Him and his family spend thousands on nothing less than bags, fancy dinners and other luxuries.

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