PM Imran informed to step down over ECP report


The opposition events on Wednesday demanded Prime Minister Imran Khan’s resignation over the findings of an report ready by the Election Commission of Pakistan’s (ECP) scrutiny committee that unearthed a day earlier that the PTI had hid a number of accounts and round Rs310 million between 2008 and 2013 from the electoral physique.

PML-N President Shehbaz Sharif termed the report a “damning indictment” of PM Imran.

“PTI has been running away from foreign funding case for last 7 years and now we know why. The facade of ‘Sadiq aur Ameen’ [honest and righteous] has been shredded into pieces,” the chief of the opposition within the National Assembly tweeted.

PML-N Vice President Maryam Nawaz additionally fired a broadside on the premier.

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Referring to PM Imran, she tweeted that an individual who accused others of stealing, was discovered himself to be a thief to the very core.

She claimed that the premier had accrued wealth from others within the identify of funds, used it for luxurious after which repeatedly lied to cover his theft.

“Has there been a corrupt, false and conspiratorial ruler like Imran Khan in the history of Pakistan?” she added.

PML-N senior chief Shahid Khaqan Abbasi demanded the resignation of the premier over the report.

He additionally stated he wished the Supreme Court to take discover of the matter.

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Addressing a information convention together with different celebration leaders, Abbasi stated a former prime minister was despatched packing for not taking a paltry sum of cash from an organization.

He demanded that PM Imran ought to step down and seem earlier than the individuals.

PPP Chairperson Bilawal Bhutto Zardari claimed the report had “exposed PM Imran’s hideous face tainted with corruption”.

In an announcement, the PPP chief stated PM Imran had taken an oath to inform the reality and regardless of that he hid the financial institution accounts of the PTI from the ECP.

“The selected prime minister, who has embezzled millions of rupees, boldly mocks others for corruption.”

Bilawal maintained that PM Imran had looted the nation underneath the guise of so-called anti-corruption marketing campaign.

“Today, the devastated country’s economy shows that the PTI government is ruthlessly plundering the national treasury.”

The PPP chairman added that the premier was forcibly proved to be an trustworthy individual and imposed on the nation. “Now it is time for accountability.”

In a tweet later within the day, the PPP chief additionally termed the report an indictment “not only of the PTI’s corruption but exposes its hypocrisy”.

“Simultaneously tax records reveal Imran Khan’s income increased more than 50 times since gaining power. Pakistan has become poorer but Imran is richer,” he wrote.

JUI-F chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman stated if the corruption of all politicians was put collectively, even then it couldn’t be equal to that of PM Imran.

He was chatting with the media after assembly with Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) chief Mustafa Kamal in Islamabad.

“The PTI has been uncovered within the international funding case.

Today, it has been confirmed that Imran Khan’s minions are a bunch of thieves and everybody is aware of what number of accounts the PTI has hidden.”

The Maulana claimed that the tradition of vulgar language in politics had been launched by the PTI.

“Nobody’s faults should be either be exposed or covered. Private conversations should not be recorded.”

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