ISLAMABAD (Sarzameen News)- Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has distributed pamphlets in twin cities on Sunday explaining reasons that led to disqualification of ex-premier Nawaz Sharif on July 28 in response to PML-N distributing copies of his iqama (residence permit) claiming his innocence.
Spokesperson for PTI maintained earlier today that Nawaz Sharif and his party attempted to mislead the people of Rawalpindi by claiming innocence showing his foreign residence permit that was crucial in verdict of the top court in a corruption case.
He claimed that PTI will inform the people about why the former premier was disqualified through pamphlets that would cite reasons.
The pamphlets that were air-dropped in different localities of Rawalpindi and Islamabad cited ten points.
This is why the premier was ousted, according to the opposition party: (1) He looted national treasure by corruption and wrong use of his designation; (2) He made offshore companies and properties on the names of his children to hide his plundered money; (03) He tried to hide the black money by mentioning wrong details in his nomination papers, and misled the nation along with ECP, FBR, SECP and other institutions of his real assets; (04) He committed money laundering with the help Ishaq Dar and other corrupt government servants (05) He has been deceiving the federal tax-collecting institutions for past thirty years; (06) He lied in his address to the National Assembly and the nation after the Panama Papers were leaked, and tried to hoodwink the apex court instead of speaking the truth; (07) He, along with his children, tried everything possible to create obstacles in court’s proceedings and in the investigation of JIT, and submitted forged documents in the Supreme Court (SC) of Pakistan; (08) He is not ‘Sadiq and Ameen’ (honest and trustworthy) by any means under the Articles 62, 63 of the constitution; (09) The apex court and the nation sought his answer for fifteen months, but he had nothing to tell except lies; and (10) It was declared by the five judges of the Supreme Court that he is not honest and trustworthy, not by five common people.