ISLAMABAD: Minister of State for Information, Broadcasting and National Heritage Marriyum Aurangzeb Tuesday said on the day one the prime minister had decided that all the proofs in the Panama Papers case would be submitted to courts.
The minister, in a statement, said there was no point to present the proofs before the media or the opposition. However, when the prime minister submitted the proofs in the court, those levelling allegations had now started to find ways for escape, she added.
She advised Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf chief Imran Khan to better think about himself and his proofs instead of seeking others ‘search’ and worry about his own ‘search’.
She hoped that Imran Khan would not take the pretext of head injury, or that it was his political statement.
Imran Khan was now a ‘symbol of failure’ as he had not learnt any lesson from his political mistakes during the last three years, she added.
The minister said,”Imran should definitely follow the ‘Sunnah’ of marriage but he should also read Hadith about telling lies and levelling baseless allegations.”