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Shahbaz Sharif’s nobility proved in Daily Mail defamation case

A British court has ruled that the Daily Mail’s verdict against former Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif was a disgrace to the newspaper and that a preliminary hearing would be held at the request of PML-N President Shahbaz Sharif and his son-in-law Ali Imran. The decision was made in favor of the League President. A more detailed hearing will follow.

According to details, London High Court’s Justice Matthew Nicklin gave the initial ruling in a virtual hearing for the case between Daily Mail and Shehbaz Sharif

The hearing of the defamation suit against former Punjab Chief Minister and PML-N president Shahbaz Sharif’s journalist David Rose and the British newspaper Daily Mail began in the British capital London.

Delivering the verdict after a preliminary hearing, British court judge Matthew Nicklin said the words in the Daily Mail article were a disgrace to Shahbaz Sharif.

According to court papers obtained by Dunya News, Shehbaz Sharif paid £10,528 in court fee but had not specified how much he was seeking in legal damages.

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