LAHORE - Senior leader of PML-Q Ch Pervaiz Elahi while presenting bank clearance certificates regarding loans written-off in favour of his family, has announced that he will expose details of PML-N top leaders Nawaz Sharif and Chief Minister Punjab Shahbaz Sharif about their loans written-off, if both of them fail to clear their position in a week. He expressed these views while addressing a media conference at his residence on Sunday, which was also attended by PML-Q leaders Senator Kamil Ali Agha, Raja Basharat, Akram Ch and others. He said all politicians especially Nawaz Sharif and Shahbaz Sharif should follow their (Chaudhrys) example and clear their positions regarding bank loans by presenting clearance certificates before the people of Pakistan. He challenged that he would present this evidence on daily basis. He said loans should be recovered from the defaulters and corruption protected through NRO agreement should also be investigated. He also demanded that money sent abroad should also be brought back. Pervaiz Elahi said that the reasons behind inclusion of their family names in bank loans written-off list was that he and his party was continuously pointing out the weaknesses of the Punjab government. He said PML-N top leadership was playing the role of a friendly opposition but PML-Q was the real opposition and it would continue its struggle to make the people of Pakistan and poor masses of Punjab aware of the bad governance of the incumbent rulers. PML-Q leader said he had provided bank clearance certificates regarding obtaining of loans for Punjab Sugar Mills, CSK, formerly Phalia Sugar Mills and SEPCO from National Bank of Pakistan, Allied Bank, Habib Bank, Muslim Commercial Bank, Bank Alfalah, United Bank Limited and Bankers Equity. Pervaiz Elahi said he and his family had neither taken a penny from the Bank of Punjab nor they had any account in that bank. He said all those who had been involved in Bank of Punjab scandal should be brought back and the robbed money should be recovered from them. Former chief minister Punjab also said he had ordered a probe into the scandal of Bank of Punjab during his tenure and had an inquiry initiated through NAB. Responding to a question, he said a probe into the Robert Farms scandal ordered by the Chief Minister Punjab had proved futile, as no misappropriation had been found in the case and that had exposed the truth regarding a propaganda campaign against the PML-Q leadership. On reply to another question, he said his name had been included in defaulters list only for political victimisation as the record of loans written-off from 1985 to 1999 had been damaged in a fire incident but the surprising thing was that Sharif family names had been burnt in that accident while the names of the remaining defaulters had remained intact.