Pakistan’s law not applicable on PM’s sons, claims Asif Kirmani

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ISLAMABAD : (Parliament Times) Special Assistant to Prime Minister (PM) Asif Kirmani on Friday snubbed Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chief Imran Khan and accused him of exertions aimed at obliterating mega-project of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC).

He was talking to media outside judicial academy in Islamabad.

“Imran Khan failed in submitting his money trail in the apex court. I urge Imran Khan to present himself for the accountability. Nawaz Sharif has strengthened Panamagate joint investigation team (JIT) by granting it NAB-like powers. We (PML-N) will continue to cooperate with JIT despite objections,” uttered the fervent aide.

Kirmani narrated that Pakistan’s law was not applicable on PM Nawaz Sharif’s sons as they were British nationals.

Kirmani apprised media personnel that Sharif family went through ‘merciless accountability’ during Musharraf’s era.

Earlier, PM’s elder son Hussain Nawaz arrived at judicial academy to register his fifth appearance before Panamagate JIT.

Speaking to media at the occasion, Hussain asserted that no court could initiate action against any individual on merely suspicions.

It is pertinent here to mention that Supreme Court (SC) has constituted a JIT to probe ruling Sharif’s offshore assets. JIT is headed by Federal Investigation Agency s (FIA) Additional Director-General Wajid Zia.

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