Prime Minister Khan will not impede Aleema Khan case: Usman Dar
SIALKOT: Prime Minister’s Special Aide, Usman Dar on Monday said Imran Khan will not impede her sister Aleema Khan’s case, related to her properties in Dubai, ARY News reported.
In his statement issued here today, Usman Dar said, accountability is being carried out without any discrimination, “PM will not interfere into Aleema Khan’s case.”
Reiterating government’s resolve, he said government will fulfill its promise of providing 10million jobs to the youth, and termed their empowerment, a need of the hour.
He advised to avoid political scoring on health and education sector, establishment of Women University in Sialkot is project worth rs10billion.
The Supreme Court on Friday (November 30) had sought tax record of Aleema Khan, sister of Prime Minister Imran Khan, in a case pertaining to her properties in Dubai.
The apex court was informed by a Federal Board of Revenue member that Ms Khan availed the tax amnesty scheme.
The FBR official said amnesty scheme record could be presented on the court orders. The CJP, in his remarks, ordered that the tax details be given to the court, adding “We will look into it.”
Earlier responding to FIA notice, Ms Aleema reportedly told the inquiry officer that she acquired property abroad but now she has sold this asset.