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May 6, 2016
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We are observing CJ’s approach: Imran

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May 6, 2016

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Says commission based on govt ToRs won’t be accepted

LAHORE: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan on Thursday said they were observing the chief justice’s attitude and would not accept the commission if formed on the basis of the government’s ToRs, reported Geo News.

He said Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif had bought the JUI-F chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman and would try to buy the opposition as well.Imran said his assets were declared and his money wasn’t abroad, adding that he didn’t need to hide anything as everything was in his name. He added that the ToRs had been drafted jointly by the opposition.

He said it wasn’t the government’s job to blackmail, adding that the government should take action against Aleem Khan and Jahangir Tareen if had committed any wrongdoings. Imran said Fazl’s statements disappointed him and the JUI-F chief should ask the premier how the government agencies would investigate while working under him at time when his name had appeared in Panama Leaks. He claimed that an accused could not remain in office when being probed.

He said people paid taxes so that the money could be spent on projects and the money was a trust  Imran alleged that the prime minister had violated four laws of the country. He said the powerful were able to do everything in Pakistan.

He said the Panama Leaks were international revelations, not a conspiracy, adding that Nawaz should not act like Saddam Hussein  and Hosni Mubarak. He alleged that the tax paid by the prime minister in a year wasn’t enough to pay one month rent.

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