Durrani to launch movement to bring back looted money

Islamabad—Former federal minister for information and broadcasting Muhammad Ali Durrani has announced to launch movement at international level next week to bring back the looted money of Pakistan. He said the international community should point out the looted money of Pakistan beside the fact that the Pakistani government asked for it or not.
He said that instead of resolving the Panama paper leaks issue the conspiracy is being hatched to clash on roads. He said prime minister should sign anti-corruption agreement while during presence in Park Lane London. He said PM could sign the agreement with himself, with his family members and with the Pakistani leaders present in London.
While addressing a press conference in Islamabad on Friday Muhammad Ali Durrani said that 10 years ago prime minister had signed the Charter of Democracy in London. He said the United Nations has passed convention against corruption, adding that Pakistan is one of the 140 signatorie4s of this convention. He said that this convention bounds every country to return back the embezzled money. He said in 2011 the Swiss government passed the law that it will provide details of accounts to every country. He said till date Pakistani government has not approached the Secretary General of UNO and any other country regarding the matter.
Durrani said that it is responsibility of the Parliament, which is constitutionally a supreme institution, to unani-mously appoint an inquiry commission and determine its terms of reference (TORs) in a joint session for ascertain-ing the truth regarding Pakistanis named in the Panama Leaks.”—SABAH/INP

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