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Evidences found against PM, will go to Supreme Court: Imran

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ISLAMABAD: Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan on Tuesday announced to approach Supreme Court on the issue of Panama Leaks with evidences of money laundering against Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, ARY News reported.

“We have found evidences that Nawaz Sharif sent $0.35 million dollar abroad in 1993. PTI will hold rally in Gujrat next Sunday and then in Jehlum,” he said while talking to media in Islamabad.

He said that he will not remain silent on Panama issue come what may, even if his popularity finishes.

He also rejected the impression of solo flight on Panamagate and said all the opposition parties had jointly devised Terms of Reference (ToRs) for Panama Leaks investigation.

Imran said it was revealed that companies were established on name of PM’s daughter Maryam Nawaz Sharif when she was 20-year-old.

“Evidences have been found that $0.35 million were transferred from account of a Pakistani, Kashif Qazi, whose name was also mentioned by Finance Minister Ishaq Dar in his confessionary statement,” he said.

He said SC will be contacted to seek disqualification of the prime minister. Petition was ready in this regard.

The PTI chief said he would go to the roots of corruption and would rest after rooting it out.

Imran Khan said Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s statement regarding Balochistan should have been condemned by his Pakistani counterpart himself, however he did not do that.

“I myself condemn Modi’s statement. We are regretful that the world is silent over the situation of Indian held Kashmir,” he said.

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