Imran Khan, the former Prime Minister of Pakistan and the leader of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), has claimed that the allegations of corruption levelled against Farhat Shehzadi alias Farah Khan were false, and that the case brought against her was completely incorrect.
Farah Khan had been in the real estate business for 20 years, the ousted prime minister said at a press conference in Islamabad. He went on to say, “My wife Bushra Bibi does not have a bank account.”
Bushra Bibi’s fried Farah Khan is closed. Imran Khan has spoken out for the first time about Farah Khan’s corruption allegations.
The PTI Chairman also revealed that his ex-wife, Jemima Goldsmith, had been arrested in connection with antique tile smuggling. He went on to say that the purpose of bringing these cases is to attack him, and that Farah is completely innocent.
“It was implied Farah’s wealth grew exponentially over the last three years, and his real estate business has generated a lot of money,” he said.
“The National Accountability Bureau is said to be self-contained. First and foremost, I inquire as to whether or not a case can be made against Farah Khan by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB).” Imran interrogated the situation.
He clarified that “wealth beyond known sources of income” refers only to public officials.
Farah’s husband was a union council official from 1997 to 1999, according to Imran.
“At the time, she [Farah] wasn’t even his wife.” He questioned, “How did they book her in the case?”
Former President Parvez Musharraf gave them the first NRO, according to the PTI chairman. He stated that the public should be aware of the country’s financial losses.
He predicted that the PML-N and PPP would “end all the cases against themselves,” resulting in yet another round of oppression.
“They [the PML-N and PPP] will give themselves NRO-2 in order to put an end to the corruption cases against them.” “Both of them were able to settle their cases against them,” he explained.
Imran stated that he intends to present the cases against the leaders of the PML-N and the PPP to the nation on a white paper.
He claimed that all of the cases against these politicians date from 2008 to 2018, whereas there was only one graft case worth Rs16 billion during the PTI administration.
They use money in media, according to Imran Khan. “Now you’re aware of the media’s nefarious schemes. If someone refuses to take the mafia’s side, they will put pressure on them,” he explained.
“He was arrested from the airport and sent to jail,” the former prime minister said, referring to Rashid Shafique, a nephew of the former interior minister. It’s a heinous act, and it’ll be even more heinous if someone is detained at an airport.”
“We will gather people in Islamabad and it will be peaceful,” Imran Khan continued, “and for the first time in history, women and children will also participate in the long march.”