PTI chairman says Panama Leaks case to be decisive turn for Pakistan, will accept court's decision

ISLAMABAD:  – Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan has on Monday said that the real money trail was the one that Finance Minister Ishaq Dar had admitted in his confessional statement, reported Dunya News.

Talking to media, Imran Khan once again lashed out at the government. He asked where the money had for Gulf steel mill come from. He added that Ishaq Dar’s statement had the complete money trail. What kind of a country is this where a person confessing to money laundering is the finance minister, he wondered.

Imran Khan once again demanded PM’s resignation and said that the Panama Leaks will be a watershed moment in Pakistan’s history. He added that his party would accept any decision coming from the court.

Answering a question about his own flats in London, Imran Khan said that he never denied owning his flat and his money wasn’t earned from unfair means.