LAHORE (APS)April 28, 2016 – Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan restored all wings of the party on Thursday. Speaking on the occasion, he sstated that change will come in the true sense if Prime Minister (PM) Nawaz Sharif is forced to probe Panama Leaks case. He added that it will be for the first time that the powerful will be held accountable, reported APS News.
Addressing a press conference in Lahore he said that the current government has taken the largest amount of loans in the history of Pakistan. He said that many people had perished in Layyah due to the lack of equipments and facilitations, while on the other hand PM Nawaz is visiting England for his medical checkup.
He claimed that rather than Lahoris, Metro Train’s commission will go into leaders’ pockets. He also said that commission earned from Metro Bus project will be transferred to off-shore companies as well.
He said that corruption worth Rs 12 billion per day is taking place in this country which decreases the amount of investment due to distrust and then loans are taken to run the country. He also said that PM went to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) because he is afraid to face the citizens of Lahore.
He added that PM Nawaz will not get answers to the questions by addressing rallies and that the latter has announced gas pipeline project for the fourth time in Mansehra.
Chairman PTI said that the PM has flouted four laws of the country; corruption, tax evasion, misrepresentation of facts to Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) and money laundering.
He questioned that where did had the finances, that were transferred to the Panama companies, come from.
Imran Khan said that the country is on a decisive verge and for the first time, the powerful of the country were being held accountable. Rallies are arranged as ’net practice’ before marching towards Raiwand, he added.
He said that everyone is busy uniting and befriending each other because of the Panama Leaks. Similarly, Shah Mehmood Qureshi and Jahagir Tareen will also be friends, he concluded.