Pakistan

Imran warns of taking to streets if fair probe into Panama leaks not held

ISLAMABAD: Chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan on Thursday warned of taking to streets if the government failed to hold transparent investigations into Panama Papers claims, ARY News reported.

Speaking at the floor of the National Assembly (NA), Khan demanded to constitute a committee headed by chief justice to probe allegations of investment in offshore companies against the Sharif family.

He offered to initiate inquiry from him and the Shaukat Khanum Memorial Hospital (SKMH).

The PTI chief said that Panama Papers have no mention of SKMH; the names of PM’s sons surfaced in it, but the rulers in order to save their dominion are targeting a charitable hospital.

He could also not forget Khawaja Asif’s tirade and said a minister was using non-parliamentary language inside the house and premier was relishing it.

Imran Khan in his address said that if the government didn’t hold fair investigations into Panama leaks claims then there will be no way left for him but to take to streets.

Earlier, the Opposition Leader Khursheed Shah also rejected the judicial commission announced by Prime Minister to probe allegations against his family in the wake of Panama leaks.

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