PM Imran Khan reveals the money laundering by two main political parties
ISLAMABAD - Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that the two political parties, who are in opposition, committed money laundering on a large scale.
He expressed these views during a meeting with Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf leader Babar Awan in Islamabad on Monday, a private TV channel reported. Awan apprised the PM regarding the foreign funding case and its constitutional and legal framework.
The prime minister said that the economy of the country is stabilizing but some elements are against its prosperity.
He maintained that the government will foil all conspiracies being hatched against Pakistan.
During the meeting, Babar Awan informed the prime minister that the PTI has submitted all record related to the funding case in the Election Commission.
He said that the audit of the PTI accounts was also conducted from time to time.
He pointed out that the PML-N's claim of PTI's money laundering is unworthy. The PTI leader maintained that all the legal requirements of the case had been met and the record of transactions had been submitted in the EC.
Earlier, PM's aide on Information Firdous Ashiq Awan said that opposition parties were highlighting the foreign funding case against the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf in order to mislead the masses.
She said the “unemployed opposition" was waging propaganda to get the airtime. Awan said all facts relating to the case were presented before the core committee on Sunday.
“We have submitted answers to every question to the election commission," she said.
She said the PTI was clean and they had no issues.