If Keeping Foreign Property Unlawful, it applies to Imran Khan, Asif Zardari etc | Surprisingly All Going to UK
LAHORE: Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan backing Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's visit to London questioned motives of people remarking against PM's family property abroad. If thats illegal then it applies to all others with foreign properties.
“If keeping foreign property is unlawful for Prime Minister’s family, it also applies to Imran Khan, Asif Zardari and all others,” Nisar said.
The Interior Minister said that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has proceeded to London not for medical check-up but medical treatment.
The interior has said the Prime Minister has cardiac problem for the last few months and he has been getting treatment from London. “The prime minister will be back on doctor’s advice”, he said.
“Prime Minister Sharif has a chronic heart problem. He was advised rest by his doctors three days ago,” Nisar told the media men while addressing news conference in Islamabad.
He defied media's speculation, as former president Asif Ali Zardari is in London, said that Prime Minister Sharif did not go to London to meet any political figure. Urging the opposition to refrain from point scoring on medical issues.
London is likely to become hub of Pakistan political activities in the aftermath of Panama Leaks as the chairmen of political parties including Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) will depart for London in coming days.
On the other hand, Imran Khan would arrive in London tomorrow whereas Federal Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar would reach London on April 15.
He said that Prime Minister Sharif had announced the formation of judicial commission to investigate allegations of offshore companies. But due to politicking by some leaders, many respectable former judges, including former Chief Justice Nasir ul Mulk and Tasadduq Hussain Jailani, excused themselves from heading the commission.
He noted that judges were now hesitant to become part of the commission.
The interior minister said that government was ready to allow the PTI to hold a rally anywhere in Islamabad other than Red Zone. “There is a complete ban on any political activity in Red Zone,” he said.
The interior minister said that he was leaving for Germany on a two-day visit to be with his ailing wife.
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