Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s (PTI) Aleem Khan stated on Monday that his name is not included in Panama leaks and his company and four flats in London have been declared before Federal Board of Revenue (FBR).
Khan addressed a press conference in Lahore to counter the allegations made against him today in the second release of Panama Papers.
Khan said that he has never been accused of corruption despite being in the opposition for eight years. He added that FBR has all the details of his assets and that he had declared all his properties to the institution before NA-122 re-election.
He also criticised a journalist for allegedly posting stories against him in a local newspaper. He called out the journalist on his alleged dishonesty and demanded him to disclose the name of his sponsor. He demanded that politicians belonging to other parties should also present the details of their earnings to the public.
Stressing on his affiliation with PTI, Khan said that he would never leave PTI chief Imran Khan’s side. He could be probed by Federal Investigation Agency (FIA), National Accountability Bureau (NAB) or Punjab Police but he would not shift his inclination.