RAWALPINDI: Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan has stated that the government was ready to investigate on Panama Papers leaks through Federal Investigation Agency (FIA).
Speaking to media in Kallar Syedan, Nisar Ali Khan asked Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan if he wanted to probe on Panama leaks by FIA, he should name any FIA official of his choice to make him inquiry officer.
The PTI chairman has demanded an inquiry panel, headed by Supreme Court Chief Justice and comprising audit experts, should look into the Panama leaks.
Imran Khan has also threatened to move Raiwand if transparent inquiry is not ensured. “I will go straight to Raiwind instead of D-Chowk this time around, if transparent inquiry is not ensured,” said Khan on Friday.
Nisar said Britain, Russia and Argentina have rejected Panama leaks allegations, adding that “This matter should now be resolved in Pakistan as well.”
The Interior Minister said, “No one will be allowed to hold public rally in the federal capital.”
PTI has announced to hold its founding day rally on April 24. The party had changed its venue from D-Chowk to F/9 park.