David Rose denied that he had asked Prince Akbar for money to meet Mousavi

David Rose denied that he had asked Prince Akbar for money to meet Mousavi

British journalist David Rose on Tuesday denied that he had asked for money to meet Kavih Mousavi to meet Shehzad Akbar, a close aide to the Pakistani prime minister, to discuss the broadsheet case.

In a series of tweets on Tuesday, Rose said, “Draw. I heard that some rumors were circulating about a meeting between Kahwa Mousavi and Shehzad Akbar in October in K in, in which he shared a broadsheet. Kavia’s dispute with Pakistan over the case was discussed.

“Now some Pakistani journalists have approached me asking about this. To avoid suspicion: Yes, I had arranged a meeting with Shahzad at the request of the priest, but I made it clear that I had his Don’t want to pay the price.

“No settlement was reached at the meeting. I was no longer involved. Please do not ask me for any interview, as this is my last word in this case. Beyond what I have already tweeted, I have not commented further on hearing Sharif’s meaning.

“I have known Kavih since 2003. It all started when he asked me about his house (near me) and told me about the lawsuit. He asked me to arrange a meeting with Shahzad.

“At first I thought he was joking, but when he repeated the offer through the text, I told him (verbally) that I could not accept it. I never called for this meeting and never received a payment.

“As I have already made clear, Kawih Mousavi’s claim that I have asked him for money to arrange a meeting with Shahzad Akbar to discuss the Broadset issue. I really can’t imagine why he is saying this in public 17 months after this meeting.

Sharing part of his conversation with Mousavi, Rose wrote, “My answer is below. He didn’t look too impressed. Good people, you can decide who you want to trust. It’s true that Offered me money, but I refused, but he asked for money from me and my paper.

Writing for the Daily Mail, Rose added, “But here’s the weird thing. Earlier this month, after the initial hearing in the Shahbaz Sharif defamation case in the High Court, he told me that he had such information. There are those who will help us, but they asked for 10 1 million to provide it.

He added, “Perhaps some of the reporters who interviewed Mr. Akbar about meeting him will now be able to find out what great information they have about the Sharif family. Let’s hope so.” Let’s say he won’t demand a million to give it up.


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