Pakistan

PM presented himself for accountability after Panama scandal, claims Rasheed

ISLAMABAD: Federal Minister for Information Pervez Rasheed criticized Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) by stating that the country would grow weaker due to politics of confrontation, ARY News reported.

Rasheed made the statement during an interview the other day.

He said that PTI Chairman Imran Khan has failed to achieve anything despite making claims.

The information minister added that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has presented himself for accountability and has given his stance on Panama Leaks accusations against him.


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 “The prime minister has the full support and confidence of the Parliament,” Rasheed said.

He went on to say that the party should wait for the Supreme Court’s verdict on their petition against PM Sharif instead of imposing their own judgment before the court’s verdict.

Meanwhile, PTI chief Imran Khan has called on all Pakistanis to reach Islamabad on 30th October to demand the accountability of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif over the Panama Papers.

“They have see Raiwind march, and now they will see Islamabad march,” said Imran who also vowed to not let the government run after this month.

At a press conference couple of days ago, Khan defended his decision to not attend the joint session of parliament, and said that his achievement is clearly seen in front of world. He said that that they will continue to boycott the parliament, until either the Prime Minister resigns or presents himself for accountability .

He asked the people of Islamabad for patience and tolerance. He said that there is not hope from any other institution, although there is some from the Supreme Court, but his last hope is the people of Pakistan.

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