The PML-N media group published a report stating that the investigation was launched following the fraudulent registration of the vehicles, which was reported to the police and the Driver and Vehicles Licensing Agency (DVLA) by Nawaz Sharif’s London office.
Nawaz’s office was notified by the DVLA via a letter sent to the Avenfield flats that a vehicle with the registration number BF06NWC had been registered under the name of “Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif”. Upon receiving the letter, Nawaz’s office alerted both the City of London Police and the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA).
In addition, a second vehicle with the registration number MM07MUB was registered in April, and this was also reported to both the DVLA and the police. On April 6, the DVLA informed Nawaz’s office about this registration. Later, on April 11, a penalty charge notice was issued by Transport for London (TfL) in the name of Nawaz Sharif at Avenfield flats for the third vehicle registered as LY63XDL.
The head of Action Fraud at the City of London Police confirmed that they had received reports regarding the registration of NFRC230305856682 on March 30 and NFRC230405863595 on April 3.
Khurram Butt, a PML-N worker who handled police-related affairs, reported to the police that the vehicles registered under Nawaz Sharif’s name were being used for acts of terrorism, fraud, and criminal activities.
He alerted the police that an individual was attempting to use the registered vehicles for criminal purposes, such as terrorism and fraud, and urged them to take action. He suspected that supporters of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf were responsible for the fraudulent registration. The police have launched an investigation into the matter and are working to identify those involved in the illegal activities.