On August 3, 2012, Imran Khan posed 11 questions to Sharif about his assets and his properties. The questions were:

  • Raymond Baker, an international renowned author, wrote in his book that Nawaz Sharif did corruption worth $417 million. The book says that Nawaz Sharif took a commission of $160 million from Daewoo for the motorway which was recently made. If Baker had made a false allegation, then why did you not initiate a case against him?
  • You bought four apartments in Mayfair worth more than Rs1 billion. Now their value has gone up to Rs4.5 billion. Where did you get the money from?
  • In 1994, you stated your income as Rs150,000 and you gave a tax of Rs14,000. If this is your income, then how did you buy a property in Mayfair?
  • You took a loan from Al Taufiq Bank worth $30 million and then you defaulted it. They took you to court and attached your property. From where did you get the money to pay back those $30 million?
  • Ishaq Dar gave an affidavit saying that Nawaz Sharif did money laundering by opening a fictitious account by the name of Qazi family in London. The BBC did a film on that too.
  • You took a loan worth Rs6 billion from Pakistani banks and you had them defaulted. Did you return back the loan?
  • You have a 1,700 acre land in Raiwind. Where did you get the money from to buy that land?
  • Where did the people’s tax money go? How much of the tax money was put into Raiwind?
  • Your whole family has properties in London. You want to do government in Pakistan but your children’s properties are lying abroad. You should own it like I owned it right now.
  • You planted a steel mill in Jeddah of $150 million. Your tax return does not show that you have enough income to plant a mill.
  • You froze your foreign accounts in 1998, but tell us, how much money did you transfer abroad the night before?