Panama Case to be decisive in Pakistan’s history: Imran Khan

KARACHI, Pakistan: The Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan said on Wednesday that the Panama Case was going to be decisive in the history of Pakistan.


“The way the hearings are going, I am positive that this case will be good for the future of our country,” Imran Khan said while addressing a Press Conference in Karachi.

Imran said that this was not his Case rather this was the Case of the people of Pakistan.

“It’s not my money being stolen and taken out of the country, it is the money of the people of Pakistan,” he remarked.

The PTI Chairman said that the Qatari government separated itself saying it had nothing to do with Panamagate Case because it was private corruption.

Imran Khan said that all of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) members and the government machinery was scrambling to save Nawaz Sharif.

“The Qatari never existed before, he was only brought in to safe the Sharifs,” Imran Khan said. He reiterated that the real money trail was of Ishaq Dar’s confessions.

Talking about the Karachi, Imran said that a hustling bustling City of shining lights had been destroyed by corruption and mafias.

Imran said that all Pakistanis had a basic right to NADRA cards. “Be it Pakhtuns or Muhajirs of Karachi, all must get their NICs,” the PTI Chief said.

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