Imran Khan speech in National Assembly
ISLAMABAD: While offering himself for accountability, PTI Chairman Imran Khan said that it is not PM Nawaz job to level allegations against him and government should launch investigation against him if he concealed his assets.
While addressing in National Assembly session here at today, Imran made it clear that he had wealth and could set up sugar mills and steel foundries but he preferred to serve the nation.
To criticize government over the issues is the right of opposition while government duty is to respond questions of opposition because everybody is accountable in democracy. Imran explained adding that united opposition decided to walkout if PM Nawaz did not respond questions of opposition.
Imran urged government to launch inquiry against him and said that he would present himself for arrest if single penny corruption proved against him.
He pointed out that country prosperity depends upon the strength of democracy while main reason of Muslims downfall is monarchy. Citing example of Hazrat Omer (R.A) Imran highlighted that he did not get angry when he was questioned about his clothes by an ordinary man and he had to explain.
Giving clarification about his offshore company, Imran elaborated that he was not British citizen and he had been advised by his accountant that he had to pay tax if he purchased flat on his name so he advised him to purchase flat through offshore company and it is legal way.
Imran claimed that he had never concealed his assets that had been bought via Niazi Services and brought his all money in Pakistan after selling his flat.