Talking to media here, Rasheed said two sons of Nawaz were out of country since late 1990s. He said hundreds of thousands of Pakistani boys are working and studying abroad.
He said assets of two sons of the prime minister were legal and they were paying their taxes regularly. He said wealth of two sons are not illegal.
The minister said Sharif family had a long history of struggles. He said their companies were nationalized by the then government after partition.
Will anyone highlight these harships faced by the Sharif family, asked the minister.
The minister took exception to Imran Khan for leveling “baseless” allegations on the prime minister.
Rasheed said Imran Khan’s children were also living abroad. He said transaction of Imran Khan’s Bani Gala residence was challengable.
“Who manages the education expenses of Khan’s children?… Will anyone tell us?”
The minister added that he didn’t want to touch those subjects.