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Record of Imran’s financial assets simply explained: Fawad

ISLAMABAD (NNI): The record of Imran Khan’s financial assets provided to the Supreme Court is ‘simply explained’ and ‘transparent’ and far beyond that asked for in the petition filed against him by PMLN, said Central Spokesperson Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf Fawad Choudhary addressing media outside SC and refuted the allegations of money laundering and tax evasion leveled against Chairman Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf Imran Khan.

In a statement issued by Central media Department Fawad Choudhary has stated that petitions against Imran Khan are destined to be declared as trashed by the apex court since the allegations leveled in these petitions are politically motivated. Fawad Choudhary stated that PMLN wants to avenge Imran Khan for Panama probe.

He went on adding that unlike Sharifs, who are also guilty of perjury and forgery besides corruption, Imran Khan brought back his foreign earnings to Pakistan. Fawad Choudhary stated that Imran Khan started earning money abroad when he started playing cricked during his days as a student at University of Oxford, England.

Imran Khan was selected to play cricket for Pakistan, also for Worcestershire from 1971. He played for Sussex County from 1977 to 1988. All the payments Imran Khan received had income tax deducted from them at source.

He further added that Imran Khan also played for the Kerry Packer series. In 1984, Imran Khan mortgaged a one-bedroom apartment in London and made the payment from his savings and earnings in span of five years. Later on he sold the apartment and bought land in Banigala. All the financial details have been gathered and submitted in the court today.

Lashing out at Jang group he stated that so-called investigative journalists distort facts and hell bent upon maligning Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf and Imran Khan. He satirically advised people to sweep aside the news or cross-check the news and info that came from Jang Group in order to get the true picture.

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