Pakistani Politicians Own Properties in 22 Countries – Details
- A report from various institutes of Pakistan and other countries revealed Pakistani politician’s own properties in 22 countries.
- Starting from the Middle East and Eastern Europe, these assets are preserved in Canada as well.
- Prime Minister Imran Khan directed to confiscate the assets and use in Ehsaas Program.
A senior leader of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), Babar Awan, told that Pakistani Politicians own properties in 22 countries.
According to details from various institutes of Pakistan and other countries, it has been revealed that previous Pakistani politicians own properties in 22 countries.
Babar said that Pakistani Politicians preserved their assets in the Middle East, China, Eastern Europe, Germany, Switzerland, Brazil, America, and Canada as well.
He further said that Prime Minister Imran Khan has directed to confiscate these assets and will be transferred to the national exchequer and used in Ehsaas Program.
Ehsaas Program is driven from the model of Madina state that giving the concept of the modern welfare state and now being pursued by all the developed countries in the West.
He said that the government has top priority to protect public interests and it is the state’s responsibility to care about the deprived. He said the government has paid back $10billion on debt servicing on loans taken by the previous governments.
Prime Minister Imran Khan said politicians’ benami accounts and properties will be confiscated. He also urged common Pakistani citizens to take advantage of the Asset Declaration Scheme to avoid confiscation of their undeclared assets.
About 35 Pakistani politicians and their associates own properties abroad. The Supreme Court also ordered the government to present in court Pakistanis Politicians having foreign properties.
Pakistan through innovative and focused implementation strategies would surpass their goals for welfare and prosperity in the country. The government has fully embraced the responsibility of lifting millions of people out of poverty through the largest national poverty alleviation Ehsaas Program.