Election Commission hasn’t asked PM about funds for election campaigns: Ahsan Iqbal
Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz leader Ahsan Iqbal said, “The Election Commission still hasn’t asked [PM] Imran Khan where he received the funds for campaigning during the elections from.”
While talking to journalists, Ahsan Iqbal said, “Why isn’t Prime Minister Imran Khan being held accountable?”
He remarked that there has been no progress in the helicopter use and Malam Jabba land cases either. PM Khan has been accused of using the KP government’s helicopter for private trips.
Iqbal said that PM Khan’s sister, Aleema Khanum, has been held responsible for owning foreign properties, he claimed.
On former PM Shahid Khaqan Abbasi’s remand into NAB custody, Iqbal said that they were just handed a two-page charge sheet. “It just says that Abbasi has been accused of misusing his authority but there is no mention of any corruption in it.”
He said that the LNG terminal case in which Abbasi has been arrested, benefited the country. “It decreased the price of gas and helped our industries and textile mills.” Abbasi’s only crime is that he supplied cheap electricity to the industries, he claimed. Iqbal was flanked by other PML-N leaders such as Mussadiq Malik, Marriyum Aurangzeb and Talal Chaudhry among others.
“This is not accountability it is the worst kind of revenge,” Iqbal concluded.