ISLAMABAD: Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan announced that his party would launch “Street Movement” from August 7 against the governments’ failure to carry out probe into the Panama leaks.
Speaking to media persons in Islamabad on Wednesday, Imran Khan said that PTI would hold a protest demonstration in front of NAB office on July 25.
“We will first run a public awareness campaign before staging a sit-in,” he said, adding that the bureau should have taken action against the Sharif family after the Panama revelations.
“The NAB has not only failed to open an inquiry against Sharif family, it has exonerated Finance Ishaq Dar from money laundering charges.”
“The government is taking no interest to finalize TORs regarding investigations into the Panama leaks,” he said.
Responding to a question, Khan said that he doesn’t support the martial law.
“If martial law is imposed in Pakistan, PTI will be the biggest loser,” he explained.
The PTI chief said that his party would strengthen state institution in line with the true spirit of democracy. “We are struggling for genuine democracy,” he added.
He said that people in Turkey thwarted the attempted coup as the regime had delivered