PESHAWAR: State minister for info and broadcasting Marriyum Aurangzeb on Thursday claimed the Joint Investigation Workforce probe would exonerate Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif from all Panama Papers case costs.
She additionally stated although his identify was not talked about within the Panama Papers case, the prime minister introduced his complete household for accountability.
The minister stated this through the ‘Meet the Press’ programme on the Peshawar Press Membership, the place the prime minister’s adviser, Amir Muqam, and PML-N lady MNA Tahira Bukhari have been additionally current.
Ms Marriyum stated there was nothing within the Panama Papers case however PTI chairman Imran Khan was elevating it with out purpose.
Insists centre dedicated to Fata reforms
Insists centre dedicated to Fata reforms
“Now, Imran Khan has realised that the prime minister can be honourably exonerated by the JIT probe,” she stated.
The minister stated the PM’s identify didn’t seem within the case and that the small print of the funds of his son and his late father have been introduced earlier than the courts.
She stated the prime minister had established by showing earlier than the JIT that nobody loved immunity from accountability.
Ms Marriyum alleged that the path of cash used to buy Imran Khan’s Banigala mansion appeared on social media solely and that the PTI chief didn’t introduced it within the courtroom of regulation.
On the problems of the Federally Administered Tribal Areas, she stated the federal authorities was dedicated to implementing the executive and judicial reforms for the area in session with all stakeholders for its improvement and safety of the rights of its individuals.
Concerning the China-Pakistan Financial Hall, the minister stated the multibillion dollars undertaking was a ‘nice present’ of the prime minister for the subsequent generations as it might grow to be a recreation-changer not just for Pakistan but in addition for your complete area.
She stated the PML-N authorities turned across the nationwide financial system, put the nation on the trail of improvement and took ‘sensible’ measures for the welfare of the individuals.
Ms Marriyum stated the prime minister’s medical insurance scheme and lots of different plans had been executed throughout the nation to the good thing about the poor individuals.
She stated the PML-N authorities would hold its promise of ending loadshedding by early subsequent yr.
The minister stated the prime minister had introduced a package deal of monetary help for the households of the Parachinar blast victims and subsequently, the difficulty shouldn’t be politicised.
She additionally stated it was improper to improper to offer a ‘sectarian color’ to the Parachinar blasts.
The minister insisted that PTI chairman Imran Khan was least involved concerning the urgent nationwide points and was as an alternative enjoying damaging politics by leveling false allegations towards rivals.
“Imran Khan has turn into a professor of politics whereas sitting in (his mansion in) Banigala,” she stated sarcastically, including that the PTI chief had all the time used his most cancers hospital and Cricket World Cup victory to serve political ends.
Ms Marriyum stated she didn’t discover the billion timber, which PTI chief had claimed to have planted within the province.
She additionally stated the PTI authorities had denied primary rights to the individuals within the province.
Earlier, the minister visited to an area hospital to inquire after veteran journalist Sharif Farooq.
She additionally provided prayers for the individuals, who died in Parachinar bomb blast, Ahmadpur Sharqiya oil tanker hearth incident and Quetta incident, and journalist Bakhshish Elahi, who was gunned down in Haripur of late.
Earlier, the minister met Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Governor Iqbal Zafar Jhagra.
Revealed in Daybreak, June thirtieth, 2017
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