ISLAMABAD – Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan Tuesday sought resignation from the Director General (DG) Intelligence Bureau (IB), the country’s premier civilian agency, for allegedly visiting ousted prime minister Nawaz Sharif in London.
Without describing the sources of his information and their authenticity, Imran Khan questioned how Aftab Sultan, head of an intelligence agency, went to London to see the former prime minister.
“The IB head must resign immediately. What was he doing while visiting a disqualified PM in London over four days at the tax-payers expense?” Imran Khan said in a series of tweets against the IB chief and former prime minister. “IB head is an official of the state paid by taxpayers. His duty is to the state not to the Sharif family,” he said in his second tweet.
Aftab Sultan is a former police officer of grade 22 who has been appointed as head of the IB thrice, first