Federal govt involved in Karachi chaos, says Faisal Vawda
Karachi: Pakistan Tehreek-e Insaf (PTI) leader Faisal Vawda has said in a press conference here on Thursday evening, that organizing the Karachi chaos was an attempt to de-track the investigation of Panama Papers and federal government was also involved in it. PTI leader Imran Ismael was also present along with him on this occasion. Faisal Vowda said that he is sure Nawaz Shairf has more off-shore companies and he has evidences of these companies which are administered by Nawaz Sharif’s children.
He said they have been observing the drama of MQM chief Altaf Hussain for 72 hours. The federal government was involved because the MQM leadership had threatened them that they would resign from the parliament.
If it happened, the situation would have worsened, so in order to halt them from resigning, the drama of ‘Pakistan MQM’ was played. Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif can do everything to protect his looted money, added Faisal Vawda.
Faisal asserted that the Operation Zarb-e Azab was gaining success in its objectives but he added the ‘same operation is also needed in the parliament of Pakistan.’
If accountability is not exercised right now, democracy and constitution of Pakistan would not prevail in the long run, he maintained.
No accountability has been held in the Panama leaks, Model Town incident and other corruption scandals.
He accused the politicians of making conspiracies adding that why the party that speaks against Pakistan has not been banned so far.
He repented that ‘we are living in a social order where a jailed criminal can become president and mayor.’
He went on saying that he would not turn back from the investigation of Panama Papers even if he was shot dead.