ISLAMABAD: Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), Imran Khan on Tuesday submitted reply in Supreme Court over Hanif Abbasi’s allegations pertaining to ownership of offshore companies.
In the reply, Khan said that London flat was purchased in £1,17,000 from foreign income while the whole asset of Niazi Service Limited Company was the London flat.
He reveled that Bani Gala land was bought in 43 crore and 50 lac rupees on lease in 2002. He stated that Jemima paid money for Bani Gala land due to delay in sale of London flat.
Imran Khan assured that asset details were not misrepresented. PTI chief termed accusations against him as baseless and requested the court to dismiss Abbasi’s plea with fine.
Earlier, a three-member bench of the apex court headed by Chief Justice Anwar Zaheer Jamali heard the case filed by Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz leader Hanif Abbasi against PTI chief Imran Khan and PTI’s Secretary General Jehangir Khan Tareen regarding the probe of Panama Papers.
During the course of proceedings, both respondents sought time to submit replies before the court. The court accepted the appeals of respondents and granted two weeks time for submission of replies and adjourned hearing of the case. NNI