Panama Papers verdict: Imran Khan says he will resign if his ‘money trail statement’ is proven false

Islamabad: Cricketer-turned-politician and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chief Imran Khan has said that he will resign if any statement in his money trail is found to be false.

File picture of Imran Khan. Getty

File image of Imran Khan. Getty Images

Observing ‘Thanksgiving Day’ to celebrate “Pakistan’s victory against corruption” after the Supreme Court on Friday disqualified Nawaz Sharif as the prime minister, Imran Khan on Sunday promised to implement merit-based employment at all levels in “naya Pakistan”.

Discussing the case against him in the court, Imran Khan said: “I will resign from the party if a single sentence of my statement before the judiciary is proven false.”

According to Dawn online, speaking to thousands of supporters gathered at the Parade Ground in Islamabad, the PTI chief thanked his party workers, especially the women.

“I am glad that women are playing an active role in making a

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