The PTI Chairman said that if he had stacked money abroad, he would not have the courage to say “absolutely not”.
Criticizing government policies, Imran Khan said that a slowdown in the economy will result in more unemployment and it will become more difficult for the salaried class to make their ends meet.
Earlier, speaking to reporters outside the IHC, Imran Khan said that the PTI was the only party that practised “legal political fundraising” and termed the funding raised by other political parties “bogus”.
He also accused Chief Election Commissioner Sikandar Sultan Raja of not bringing to light the funding details of other parties. “He is like their family member and a biased man,” Imran alleged.
On the other, talking to journalists, the former PM said that admitted that he did not enjoy absolute power as PM because the actual centre of power in the country lay elsewhere.
Imran Khan said that in the 60s, the world used to give the example of Pakistan because our country was competing with Singapore. He added that the rule of law makes a difference. The size of the country’s Northern Areas in the Rule of Law Index is double that of Switzerland, adding that the most prosperous country in the world as it ranks ninety-nine in the Rule of Law Index, Imran said.
“When I was the prime minister, I did not enjoy absolute power because the actual centre of power in the country lay elsewhere, and everyone knows where that is,” Imran added