PM Imran seeks details of expenditures of Asif Zardari and Nawaz Sharif

  • The national exchequer was excessively used in the past two governments and now there would be no concession for the plunderers.
  • PM Imran sought personal expenditures’ details of Asif Ali Zardari and Nawaz Sharif.
  • The cabinet division is asked to provide details of the expenses on Nawaz and Zardari’s camp offices and security.

Prime Minister Imran Khan has sought details of the foreign trips and the expenditures of Asif Ali Zardari and Nawaz Sharif.

He has also asked for the details of the amount spent on foreign trips, medical treatment, and security of the past rulers.

Further, the premier asked the cabinet division to provide him details of the expenses on Nawaz and Zardari’s camp offices and security.

The prime minister said that the national exchequer was excessively used in the past two governments. He has sought details of foreign trips made by lawmakers and treatment abroad during the past two governments.

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The premier has repeatedly expressed the resolve to make those people answerable who had plundered the national exchequer and burdened the country with financial woes.

During the last decade, two governments; Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) and Pakistan Muslim League -Nawaz (PML-N) had burdened the country with Rs30,000 billion debt.

Nawaz Sharif and Asif Ali Zardari had become billionaires over the years while the nation suffered. They had plundered the national wealth. They used to run money laundering networks. Both of them had used national wealth for their personal benefits and they had named their plundering as democracy.

PML-N and PPP leaders always fail to answer the questions as to where did the money come for their companies. They had caused huge damage to the national economy and now, the Prime Minister has reiterated that there would be no concession for the plunderers of the country.

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