Pakistan

Imran warns of bringing people to streets if ToRs not finalized

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LAHORE: Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Imran Khan on Saturday warned that he would bring as many as 10 percent of Pakistani people on streets, given that Terms of Reference (ToRs) of Panama Leaks investigation were not finalized. The government wanted to prolong the issue of the ToRs, ARY News reported.

“The government is fearful that it would be completely exposed, if investigation is held. I ask to hold myself accountable along Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif,” he said while talking to media outside Shaukat Khanum Memorial Hospital in Lahore.

He asked why Nawaz Sharif was afraid of ToRs. The PM was wonted of hiding his assets. He had kept billions of rupees on his children’s names. He should recount as to how did he bought a house worth Rs6.5 billion in London.

Imran Khan said the prime minister of Iceland and his Pakistani counterpart had the same case. The Icelandic PM resigned for 10 percent people of the country had taken to streets.

“I will also bring 10 percent people of Pakistan on streets. Masses would willingly come to streets as they are troubled with inflation and taxes,” he said.

He also said the ruling party wanted to draw out the issue of ToRs and to make PTI deserted of other opposition parties.

The chairman PTI also challenged the prime minister and Defence  Minister Khawaja Asif to get audit of Shaukat Khanum Hospital done and if any embezzlement was found he would leave politics. If no corruption could be found then the PM and the defence minister should resign from their posts.

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