Sharif's regime is going to end soon, says Imran
Dera Ghazi Khan (Punjab) [Pakistan], Jan. 16 (ANI): Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan has said that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's regime is going to end soon as his corruption has been exposed by the Panama Paper leaks.
"Allah has taken suo motu notice against Nawaz Sharif on Panama scandal," the Daily Times quoted Khan as saying while addressing a gathering.
The PTI leader said that the Prime Minister's corruption was exposed in the Panama leak, however, he is trying to escape the investigation in the Supreme Court.
"Nawaz's counsel says the Sharif family purchased Mayfair apartments in 2006 but the BBC has revealed that the properties were purchased in 1990s," he added.
"If Nawaz failed to prove London flats were owned by the Qatari prince in 1993 then he would leave and if he failed to prove Maryam was not the beneficial owner of London properties he would still have to leave," he said.
Khan briefed the audience on the Panama case and conducted an informal audience poll asking attendees whether they believed the Sharif would be proven guilty in the case.
He added that the entire country was fed up of 'Sharif rule' and that the PTI would attempt to shape Pakistan in light of the Islamic teachings.
Terming the ongoing Panama case against Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's children a 'war against corruption', Imran Khan said the country would soon be rid of the 'Sharif mafia'. (ANI)