Published On: Sat, Apr 23rd, 2016

Nawaz didn’t answer any questions, rather he attacked us: Imran Khan



ISLAMABAD: Addressing a press conference, PTI chairman Imran Khan said the Prime Minister had failed to answer any questions and instead had attacked the PTI.

Imran Khan was conducting a press conference in response to the Prime Minister’s address to the nation yesterday. According to Imran, PM Nawaz failed to answer valid questions.

“I was disappointed with Nawaz Sharif’s address to the nation yesterday,” said Imran. “I had thought finally, Nawaz would present facts before the nation but instead he chose to attack us.”

Imran Khan also said during his address that this crime was a punishable offence which would have resulted in jail time, had this been America.

“The names of eight heads of states were mentioned in the Panama papers,” said Imran. “People in the United States of America go to jail if they are found guilty for tax fraud.”

Imran Khan also slammed the Prime Minister for attacking him during his address and said that the PM should rather focus on issuing his own clarifications.

“Every other leader from the western country who’s name had been mentioned in Panama leaks did not blame the opposition in return and claimed that they were also corrupt,” he said. “Over here, all Mian sahab says in response is that there is financial embezzlement going on in Shaukat Khanum or that Khursheed Shah is a thief.”

Preparations under way for 20th Foundation Day

Meanwhile, preparations are in full swing in the capital city of Islamabad, where PTI is celebrating its 20th Foundation Day on Sunday.

Asad Umer 1200 SOT 23-04

Speaking to press from Islamabad’s F-9 park, PTI leader Asad Umar said all arrangements have been finalized for the event.

“We have no intention to march towards D-Chowk after our jalsa,” he told the media.

Responding to a question, he said that PTI was not fond of staging a sit-in outside Raiwand House either.

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Syed Ammar Alavi

- is Lahore (Pakistan) based journalist & writer with 25-year experience in print, wire and broadcast forms of journalism. His major fields of interest are politics, film,tv,sports, climate change and technology