No money laundering allegations against Imran: Fawad Chaudhry | Pakistan

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ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Spokesperson Fawad Chaudhry mentioned that there are not any cash laundering allegations in opposition to occasion chief Imran Khan.

Chatting with media on Thursday, Fawad mentioned that instances in opposition to Imran Khan are utterly completely different from these in opposition to former prime minister Nawaz Sharif.

“Folks evaluating the 2 instances must be ashamed,” remarked the PTI spokesperson, including that the instances in opposition to Imran Khan don’t have any authorized worth.

“We’ve got even submitted 40-year-old information,” Fawad added. “We’ve got not known as for any Qatari letter to return save us,” he remarked whereas taking a jibe at political rival Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz court docket.

“We’ve got submitted particulars of banking transaction to the court docket,” he mentioned. 

On Thursday, the Supreme Courtroom as soon as once more said that the PTI lawyer failed to provide a passable response within the Imran Khan disqualification case.

The apex court docket had resumed the listening to of PML-N chief Hanif Abbasi’s petition looking for Chairman PTI Imran Khan’s disqualification.

The PTI chief’s counsel, Naeem Bukhari, offered his arguments earlier than a three-member bench headed by Chief Justice Saqib Nisar and comprising Justice Faisal Arab and Justice Umar Ata Bandial.

Throughout his arguments, PTI counsel Naeem Bukhari mentioned that an electronic mail has been despatched to Imran’s former spouse Jemima Khan.

Jemima has confirmed receiving 75,000 kilos, mentioned Bukhari, including that she has assured that she is going to ship the financial institution particulars after discovering them.

Justice Umar mentioned that the paperwork don’t show that Imran Khan introduced a refund from London.

In the meantime, Abbasi’s counsel Akram Sheikh mentioned that the financial institution assertion submitted by Imran is of Might 19, 2017 though the case is years previous.

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