Imran to file petition against PM in SC today

Staff Reporter

Lahore—Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan on Sunday announced that a petition against Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif would be filed in Supreme Court of Pakistan today.
Talking to media here, Imran Khan said that the party was preparing to stage a big march on September 3. He said that he would invite all the political parties for consultation over Panama leaks issue.
He said solid proofs are present against Nawaz Sharif, therefore why NAB did not take action against prime minister.
Imran said he would send delegations to all political parties. The corruption can only be eliminated from country when the accountability will start from Nawaz Sharif. He said all political parties should reach Lahore on their separate containers. Nawaz Sharif is not responding on Panama leaks issue, he added.
He asserted that corruption can only be eliminated by holding accountability from higher officials.
PTI chief strongly condemned anti-Pakistan speeches of Muttahida Qaumi Movement chief and said that his statements were more venomous than Indian PM Modi. He said the enemies of Pakistan could not deliver such speech which was delivered by MQM chief, adding that there was no permission to deliver such speeches in any democratic country of the world.
He said Altaf should be sent to jail after filing case against him in Britain, adding that Pakistan government should approach British government against Altaf Hussain.
He said a case under law of incitement to violence should be filed against Altaf in Britain, adding that action of Altaf is against the laws of Britain. He said that no one could defend the speech of Altaf.
He said that the actions of the MQM chief are against the values of the British legal system. “Even enemies of Pakistan would not deliver such speeches that the MQM chief did,” said Imran Khan.

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