PTI’s Abdul Aleem Khan appears before NAB, presents documents
LAHORE (92 News) – Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Abdul Aleem Khan on Monday appeared before a team of the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) in offshore companies case.
During his appearance before a team of the country’s anti-graft watchdog, the PTI leader handed over documents to the Bureau’s officials and also announced to upload the record on website.
The NAB grilled the PTI leader for two hours.
Later, talking to media, Abdul Aleem Khan said that he would quit politics, if corruption of a single rupee is proved against him.
He also hoped that the anti-graft watchdog would not have to summon him again.
Launching an attack on former prime minister, the PTI leader went on to say that he asked the NAB why he was summoned just like Nawaz Sharif asks why he was disqualified.
My company was never named in Panama, he said, adding that the company was formed in 2006 and the company is present in all his tax returns.
The PTI leader also raised questions on the Orange Line Metro Train project and the five companies behind buying land in LDA City.