Islamabad (Staff Report): Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) on Monday submitted its detailed reply comprising of 700 pages to the Supreme Court in foreign funding case.
The 700-pages long reply states the PTI leaders collected funds from people with dual citizenship, adding that funds received by agent company not illegal or foreign.
The PTI has also asserted in its reply to the court that the ruling party levelled allegations with a malicious intention without having concrete proofs to corroborate their stance.
It further stated that PTI Chief Imran Khan raised funds from abroad to ensure transparency. Imran Khan has submitted all the details to the Supreme Court.
On May 3, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N)’s leader Hanif Abbasi filed a petition in the Supreme court, seeking disqualification of PTI chairman Imran Khan and another party leader Jahangir Tareen for tax evasion and concealing money sources.