Islamabad: Prime Minister Imran Khan said that all PTI funds are legal and recorded.
The Prime Minister said that if he had any fear, he would not ask for a public hearing of the foreign funding case. He challenged the opposition to come forward and settle the matter once and for all.
Prime Minister Imran Khan reiterated his challenge in a statement on Friday and called for a public hearing on the foreign funding case.
He said that the opposition cannot give an account and record of their funding. The reason for the six-year delay in the foreign funding case was something else, he added.
Imran Khan said that the former election commissioner was against PTI. In the past, the Election Commission was proceeding with malice but PTI has confidence in the current Election Commission.
The Prime Minister said that the accusations of funding from India and Israel would soon be put to rest.
Talking about the Broadsheet scandal, he said that PTI government has nothing to do with the matter. Had Pakistan not paid the fine, we would’ve been fined GBP 5000 per day, he added.
The Prime Minister stated that the agreement was signed by Pervez Musharraf, after which Broadsheet tracked Nawaz Sharif’s $800 million in assets.