Decision to dissolve Assemblies in best interest of Pakistan: Musarat

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The court has sought all the records from those who propagated the Toshakhana case against Imran Khan, which the federal government declared confidential. All the records of Toshakhana should be made public and placed before the judiciary. These thieves beat about the bush round the clock while Imran Khan took gifts from Toshakhana by paying legally and sold the wristwatch and also declared it in his assets.

Did Nawaz Sharif, Shehbaz Sharif, Zardari and Gillani declare the gifts of the Toshakhana? Now is the time to draw out your receipts as the people have been disqualified for not declaring their assets. If anyone will be disqualified in the Toshakhana case, it will be all the thieves and not Imran Khan.

This was said by Chief Minister and Punjab Government Spokesperson Musarat Jamshed Cheema while addressing a press conference at the DGPR office along with Provincial Anti-Corruption Adviser Brig (R) Musaddiq Abbasi.

She regretted that the people were victimised to profit from NRO-2 and save the looted wealth. The remaining vote bank of the bunch of hypocrites is standing with PTI and Pakistan; she said and added that the politics of PDM is about to sink. Meanwhile, they release audio and video of people to scare them. However, all the audio and video leaks are on their own shoulders and Almighty Allah increased the acclaim of Imran Khan and his family, she maintained and pointed out that Imran Khan is the pivot of the country’s politics. She lamented that Pakistan is the only country in which corruption has been legally protected. Accountability was not allowed even during our government, she remarked.

Musarat Jamshed Cheema asserted that the decision to dissolve the assemblies on December 23 is in the best interest of Pakistan. Q-League is and will remain an ally. After the chief minister’s statement, a meeting was held with Moonis Elahi in Zaman Park in a very good atmosphere; she revealed and maintained that Parvez Elahi is our elder and ally.