Govt has no reservation on Imran Khan’s departure to London: Dar

ISLAMABAD: Federal Finance Minister, Ishaq Dar has said on Friday that three demands of Chairman of Pakistan People’s Party (PPP), Bilawal Bhutto Zardari out of total four would be met once the time approaches.


The federal minister responded to questions of journalists in a talk with media after he visited late Jahangir Badar’s family to condole death of the senior PPP leader.

Dar said that neither sit-in of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) was successful earlier nor their efforts to down Prime Minister (PM) Nawaz Sharif would succeed now. He commented on Imran Khan’s departure to London by saying that the government has no reservation or concern if one has to meet his children.

The remark was made in context of Panama Leaks case being heard by Supreme Court (SC) over controversial flats that premier’s family owns in London.

The minister also said that Hamid Khan’s stepping down from representation of PTI in the case against the premier was an internal matter of the political organisation however, legal team of the ruling party would remain unchanged.

Dar further said that the country needed a charter of economy.


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