Chat with Donald Trump won’t save Nawaz Sharif from Panama scandal: Tehreek-i-Insaf chairman

In a taunting reference to a letter by Qatari prince, Imran Khan said Pakistan's president Sharif could not be saved from the Panama Papers scandal "even if a Trump letter arrived", Dawn reported.

By: PTI | Islamabad | Published:December 1, 2016 5:23 pm
Donald Trump, Nawaz Sharif, Panama Papers scandal, Imran Khan, Panamagate case,  Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim bin Jaber Al Thani, Qatar Pakistan, news, latest news, world news, international news Tehreek-i-Insaf chairman Imran Khan was referring to Pak president Sharif’s telephonic conversation with Trump on Wednesday, during which the Pakistani premier congratulated America’s president-elect on his recent victory in the US polls.

Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s conversation with US President-elect Donald Trump cannot “save him” from the Panama Papers scandal, cricketer-turned politician Imran Khan said on Thursday. While it was good news that Trump spoke to Sharif, the chat will do no favour to the premier in the Panamagate case, the Tehreek-i-Insaf chairman tweeted.

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Khan was referring to Sharif’s telephonic conversation with Trump on Wednesday, during which the Pakistani premier congratulated America’s president-elect on his recent victory in the US polls. Trump told Prime Minister Sharif that he has a “very good reputation”. In a taunting reference to a letter by Qatari prince Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim bin Jaber Al-Thani, Khan said Sharif could not be saved from the Panama Papers scandal “even if a Trump letter arrived”, Dawn reported.

The Qatari prince’s letter was submitted in the Supreme Court in connection with the Panamagate case. In the letter, the Qatari royal had described his father’s business ties with Sharif’s family and his involvement in the London apartments that are at the centre of the Panama Papers controversy.

Khan on November 14 submitted the documents containing details of alleged bank accounts held by the Sharif family and loan write-off schemes.