Opposition cannot ask questions from me on Panama Leaks: PM Nawaz

Opposition cannot ask questions from me on Panama Leaks: PM Nawaz
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ISLAMABAD: While criticizing opposition over the issue of Panama leaks , PM Nawaz made it clear that opposition cannot ask question from him while no politician should try to become commission himself.


While talking to newsmen here at today departing from Dushanbe to Islamabad, PM Nawaz reaffirmed his stance to appear before Inquiry Commission over the allegations of Panama leaks .


PM added that he has written letter to Chief Justice of Pakistan to form a commission to probe into the allegations of Panama leaks over the demand of opposition but now Aitzaz Ahsan and Imran Khan are saying to conduct investigation under FIA and NAB respectively.


While expressing his hope over the formation of inquiry commission , PM said that he is determined to appear in commission for responding allegations being hurled by opponents.


Opposition agenda is not to eradicate corruption but to stop him and creating hurdles in the development process of country, PM Nawaz pointed out stating that he was not accepted by few people from very first day when he took his office that’s why he is being targeted by them for their own interests.


Opposition parties do not have any concerns with investigation over the issue of Panama leaks because they also want to do politics over the issue, PM explained adding that we would discuss in judicial commission those things that needed to be discussed in commission and only those things would be discussed in parliament that are needed in parliament.


When PM Nawaz was asked about the question of opposition parties , PM Nawaz responded that opposition questions would be discussed in inquiry commission instead of parliament.


He claimed that 2018 year would be load shedding free year and we would succeed to end the energy crisis as all power projects have entered their last phase.


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