Imran warns PML-N against making any attempt to destroy institutions
ISLAMABAD: Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan on Sunday warned the ruling party that a great number of masses would take to streets if any attempt was made at destroying public institutions, ARY News reported.
“People will come out in such a huge numbers that would have never seen before and they would march towards the Prime Minister House to drag Nawaz Sharif out of it,” he said while addressing a workers’ convention in Islamabad.
He said if the way of justice was obstructed he would ask his party workers to “help us gain justice”. He said within a few days he would call people to celebrate their victory against the corrupt mafia.
“We spread awareness among public through sit-ins and after a long struggle the change is imminent now,” he said.
Imran said there is going to happen one thing, either jubilations would be held or he would request people to come out in support of the Supreme Court.
“We will not let the corrupt mafia ruin the institutions. If they made any such attempt then I promise that an unprecedented protest would be held,” he said.
He said the Panama Leaks case Joint Investigation Team (JIT) has dug out such evidences which could not be denied by anybody having a sensible mind.
The PTI chief said four things had established for sure which included four “palaces” owned by Maryam Nawaz, one company owned by Nawaz Sharif in Dubai from where he draws Dh10,000 salary a moth, Gulf Steel Mill had no money and the money was sent from Dubai to Qatar and then to London.
“Pakistan Muslim League-N representatives keep dismissing the JIT report as a conspiracy, but the report via financial investigation agencies and attested documentation by BVI, Maryam Nawaz is beneficiary owner of Mayfair flats,” he said.
In a press conference earlier today, PTI spokesman Fawad Chaudhry said the Panama Papers case would hopefully reach its logical conclusion by the end of the week.
He said the PML-N had still not submitted any objection to the JIT’s report.
Fawad said the assets of Nawaz Sharif started to rise gradually after he came to power in the 1990s, and money continued to flow out of Pakistan through a organised network.