Khan’s loot, plunder exposed before public: Muqam


Adviser to the Prime Minister on Political and Public Affairs and National Heritage Engr Amir Muqam here on Sunday said that Imran Khan was a certified lair as his corrupt practices and lies-based politics were exposed in Toshakhana and PTI foreign funding cases.

He said when Imran Khan’s loot and plunder were exposed before the public, he tried to drag state institutions into politics by levelling baseless allegations against their leadership Addressing the PML-N workers’ convention at Sher Garh here, he termed the Daily Mail’s apology to Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif over false allegations of corruption against him a victory of truth. He reiterated that the elements, who had been implicating the PML-N leadership in false cases were exposed before the masses after Daily Mail’s apology and acquittal of Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah.

He said even courts and investigations agencies in foreign countries have endorsed that all members of the Sharif family, including Nawaz Sharif, were “Sadiq and Ameen”. Despite two years-long investigations, he said the UK National Crimes Agency did not prove a single penny of corruption against any member of the Sharif family. He said Imran Khan had deceived the masses, especially youth through hallow catchy slogans, as neither could he deliver during his time in the government, nor could lead the PTI during his flopped long march.

He said Imran’s announcement of dissolving provincial assemblies was also proved to be a lie. He gave credit to CM Punjab for foiling the ill designs of Imran Khan. Amir Muqam questioned that if a three-times prime minister could be disqualified under Articles 62 and 63 for not charging salary from his son, then why not Imran, who was found guilty of corrupt practices in Toshakhana case, could be disqualified under the same articles?

He said the billion trees project was taken over by the NAB which was a big question mark on its transparency. He said Imran’s act of contesting by-elections from different constituencies signified that he did not trust other leaders of his party.