ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf chief, Imran Khan, Friday in a latest counterstrike shot eleven burning questions at his Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) counterpart, Nawaz Sharif, Geo News reported.
Speaking at a press briefing, he accused PML-N chief of defaulting on bank loans worth Rs6 billion rupees.
“Mian Nawaz Sharif borrowed this money and never returned it back”, alleged PTI chief.
Here are his eleven questions:
Why did Nawaz Sharif not file a lawsuit against the international author Raymond Decker, who had held Nawaz Sharif responsible for a corruption of $417 million in one of his books?
Is he not involved in the graft of $417 million as alleged by Raymond Decker?
Does Sharif family not owe local lenders funds amounting Rs6 billion?
Where did Nawaz get Rs6 billion to purchase Mayfair Apartments in England?
What are the details and worth of Sharif family's overseas assets?
How much national exchequer was spent on Raiwind's palatial infrastructure?
Where did the funds for setting up a steel mill in Jeddah come from?
Were his bank accounts not frozen after Pakistan’s nuclear tests in Chaghai?
Did he not transfer his wealth overnight after the nuclear tests?
Did he not stuff his vaults with kickbacks worth billions in the award of motorway project contract?
After airing his questionnaire, he challenged Nawaz Sharif to a one-on-one debate.
He said Nawaz Sharif owes Pakistani nation some satisfactory answers to these questions.
“Nawaz Sharif should himself answer these questions if he believes he is man of masses.”
“I do not want any of his henchmen answering to these questions in his place”, said PTI leader.
To a question, he said Chaudhry Nisar is far below his caliber, adding PTI would soon lay bare Chaudhry Nisar’s hidden assets too.