'Mian Sahib, you will have to resign': Imran khan asks Pakistan PM to step down after Panama Paper leaks
kistan's opposition leader Imran Khan on Sunday demanded the resignation of Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif after 'Panama Paper' leaks which linked three of his children with offshore wealth
Islamabad: Pakistan's opposition leader Imran Khan on Sunday demanded the resignation of Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif after 'Panama Paper' leaks which linked three of his children with offshore wealth and announced that he will launch an anti-corruption drive in the country.
Khan, the chief of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), addressed a massive rally in Islamabad to celebrate the party's 20th foundation day.
"Mian Sahib (as Sharif is addressed) you will have to resign," the cricketer-turned-politician said. Khan announced that he will launch an anti-corruption drive in the country with a rally in Sindh province on Tuesday which will be followed by another in Lahore.
He also rejected a probe commission announced by Sharif to investigate corruption charges against his family and others mentioned in the Panama leaks.
In 2014, Khan had launched protests in Islamabad to oust Sharif over electoral fraud. He said rampant corruption in the country forced him to form a political party 20 years ago.
"Although it has been two decades of my political struggle but I am still ready to spend another 20 years," Khan said. He also urged everyone to respect the rights of minorities and women after the murder of a Sikh provincial leader and his party by militants in Buner district.
It took only five overs on Day 4 for Shaheen Shah Afridi to end it by having Luke Jongwe caught behind by wicketkeeper Mohammad Rizwan for 37.
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The PCB was in talks with the Emirates Cricket Board to seek permission from the UAE government to hold the remaining 20 matches of the PSL in Dubai and Abu Dhabi from 1 June.