Imran says defining moment in Pakistan history has reached

LONDON: Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Imran Khan on Monday said decisive moment in the history of Pakistan had arrived as Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif will attend the parliament today to respond to the allegations leveled against him in Panama Papers leaks of having links to offshore companies.

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“Coming days will tell what kind of Pakistan is required by the masses. It is imperative for me to attend the parliament today,” he said while talking to media in London.

Visibly excited, the chairman PTI said it was a big event today adding that his aim of life was fighting for justice.

He said everybody was accountable in democracy.  Those sending money abroad were destroying the country because corruption did not allow the country to make progress.

Nawaz Sharif has returned from his one-day trip to Turkey. He is expected to give a policy statement on the issue of Panama Papers in the NA today.

The Senate will resume its session at four in the afternoon while National Assembly will meet at 5:00 p.m. Both the Houses will discuss important national issues besides carrying out legislative business.


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Imran says defining moment in Pakistan history has reached

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