Opposition not intended to confront govt on ‘Panamagate’, says Shah

ISLAMABAD: Opposition Leader in the National Assembly (NA) Syed Khursheed Shah on Thursday said that the opposition is not in a mood to confront the government on ‘Panamagate’, ARY News reported.

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Talking to media here, Shah said that he has written a letter to the prime minister with regard to the terms of reference (TORs) of the commission on Panama documents disclosures.

“We will hold talks on the matter provided if the government sits with us for this is the charm of democracy to come together to sort out issues,” he said.

Yesterday, the opposition leader had written a letter to Premier Sharif stating that it was necessary for the honor of the prime minister’s position to be cleared of all allegations surfacing after the Panama Papers leaks.

A day before, the opposition parties had drafted their TORs for the Panama commission and Opposition Leader Khursheed Shah took the responsibility of apprising the government of their terms.

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Opposition not intended to confront govt on ‘Panamagate’, says Shah

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