government on Saturday captured on revelations made in damn Financial Times report to interrogate PTI over case of prohibited funding, calling it “the biggest corruption” in countries history.
According to the London edition, Arif Naqvi, the founder of Dubai-based Abraaj Group held cricket tournament at Wootton Place, with guests were asked to pay between £2,000 and £2,500 each. money that was added was reportedly headed to an unspecified “philanthropic causes”.
Although the fees were paid to Wootton Cricket Ltd, a Cayman Islands registered company owned by founder Abraaj, they were used to fund PTI. with £2 million paid by Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, member of Royal Abu Dhabi family Report added.
According to the Financial Times, from February 28 to May 30, 2013, Wootton Cricket Ltd received millions of dollars from local and banned citizens, and money was eventually directed towards PTI.
The government-led PML-N, including two federal ministers, spent the day addressing news conferences and calls for strict legal action against in party. They are also wondered why PTI head and ousted prime minister Imran Khan was not facing in music.
Federal Minister for Planning and Development Ahsan Iqbal speaking at a press conference at the PML-N secretariat. in A model city in Lahore claimed that Imran collected dozens of of millions of rupees off overseas Pakistanis as well as those taken money from them under the pretense of building dam.
He wondered why former premier, who looking for open trials for other, “runs away from one myself.
“Imran Khan faced accusations of ball falsification in cricket in politics he intervened with funding, he added.
Commenting on “campaign” against his on social media, he said he would sue the head of the PTI for It.
“Imran Khan, I will sue you. You prove am i a liar or [else] I will prove you’re a liar, he said.
“We will not allow you to defame everyone – he added.
He also I wonder why the election commission of Pakistan (ECP) feared of Imran’s Threats.
“Election Committee should decide on your own on [the] prohibited funding [case] because this is the biggest corruption case in countries history”, minister claimed.
Iqbal claimed that PTI was unable to provide any evidence. of prohibited funding against PML-N to ECP.
Appeal to individual news conference leader PML-N Mohammad Zubair challenged former PM sues Financial Times over in story to set in record straight.
He also urged the Supreme Court to accept the suo motu notice of case and call the head of PTI.
A day earlier, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif also called for Imran sues the Financial Times over Report. On Saturday news conference Zubair simply repeated the words of the prime minister. demand.
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Prime Minister Shehbaz tweeted that the farce of The Financial Times exposed self-proclaimed honesty and righteousness. story which details the flow of prohibited funding in PTI bank bills during a call on his predecessor sued the publication.
Zubair further said, according to the report, money which was sent to former The ruling partyaccount was not even declared.
The PML-N leader said the long-standing banned funding case was shelved because the head of PTI and other leaders weren’t ready for it. give answers.
Answering Imran’s question demand for Prohibited Funding Hearing against PTI along with similar cases against from the PML-N and the PPP, Zubair argued that their cases are different because they provided all the details to the electoral body.
He also wondered how in system would ensure its reliability in in eyes of in people if the law remains suspended for one human”.
Minister of State for Petroleum Musadiq Malik also turned to news conference where he once again raised questions about Imran’s honesty.
“If a person is an accomplice in in money laundering of 250 million dollars, is that Sadiq (truthful) and Amin (trustworthy)?” he asked.
Referring to the FT report, he said: “This is the same Arif Naqvi. who was sentenced to 290 years for money laundering in American courts.
Malik raised a question how Was Imran alive? in a house of 250 channels when he had no funds of livelihood.
Alluding to the arrests, Malik said that government formed a cabinet committee and the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) began its work. work. “Documents are sealed, and government this is not just a leveling of accusations, but an investigation also started, he added.
PML-N, using this is official pen, tweeted that the man who lectured people on corruption and ridiculed his political opponents for being corrupt, swallowed billions of rupees in prohibited means.
In response to a tweet by Prime Minister Shehbaz a day earlier, PTI leader Hammad Azhar wrote: “The same article mentions your family having received 15 times amount from the same person (Arif Naqvi). Any comment on what?”
He had added that PTI was the only party in South Asia, which collected funds from Pakistanis transparently and in organized way. “Others couldn’t even put out records,” he said.
PTI leader Shahbaz Gill also tweeted that the report mentions PML-N Supreme Leader Nawaz Sharif and Prime Minister Shehbaz receiving $20 million. in 2016 by Abraaj Group in the form of bribe.
“PTI wrote the details of fundraising and submitted it to the Electoral Commission as part of of in record. You should come and report for those $20 million,” he said. added.