Imran wants to become PM from his childhood: Rafique


MULTAN: Federal Minister for Railways Khawaja Saad Rafique has said Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan wanted to become prime minister since he was a child.


Speaking to media here on Friday, Rafique said that the protest at Raiwind may not take place as the federal government is trying to resolve the issue via dialogue and negotiation.

Rafique added that the government has started to contact all political parties to have their confidence regarding the Panama Papers.

“A commission will be made in which Hassan and Hussain Nawaz will present themselves,” Rafique said.

Saad added that Pakistan has never seen such a foul-mouthed politician like Imran Khan. He added that five judges excused themselves to head the commission, probing the allegations in the Panama Papers, because of him.

“Everyone is scared of him and one avoids him to maintain his self-respect,” the minister went on to say.