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PTI submitted fake documents in Supreme Court: PML-N leaders

ISLAMABAD :(Parliament Times)  Pakistan Muslim League leaders on Wednesday lashed out at Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan during their media talk outside Supreme Court (SC).

Minister for Railways Khawaja Saad Rafique said that PTI did not submit appropriate evidence and documents in the court as the verdicts are declared on its basis.

Defence Minister Khawaja Asif said that he will give the account of Rs480 billion in the evening however; Imran Khan should also provide details of the money collected in charity and Zakat.

Federal minister for Information Technology Anusha Rehman ironically asked Khan to reveal the story of his offshore family.

PML-N MNA Talal Chaudhry maintained that Supreme Court’s decision should be comprehensible and lucid.

Minister of State for Information and Broadcasting Marriyum Aurangzeb pronounced that PTI’s allegation on Maryam Nawaz regarding dependant of the Prime Minister has been disproved by Maryam’s lawyer in SC.

She said that PTI submitted fake documents in the court with three different signatures.

She said PTI is doing only politics on Panama Papers and could not prove any allegation in the apex court.

PML-N MNA Maiza Hameed said PTI is afraid of Maryam Nawaz, who is an emerging leader.

She said Imran Khan has failed to provide money trail of the party funds before the Election Commission of Pakistan.

PML-N MNA Danyal Aziz said Imran Khan should look into the report related to gifts being exchanged among family members of Jehangir Tareen.

He called Tareen as a ‘certified corrupt’. Aziz said Khan himself is named in the listof those owning offshore companies.

PML-N leaders asserted that government’s progress has frustrated Imran Khan.

They termed PTI chief’s politics as ‘lame’ and advised him to open a drama company and play the role of comedian.

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