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Imran dubbed a morally bankrupt politician

SLAMABAD: By terming a ‘briber’ as a ‘brick’ Imran Khan has laid bare that he is morally bankrupt. This judgmental statement by Federal Minister for Information & Broadcasting Pervaiz Rashid came immediately after Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) claimed a well known figure had offered him to donate Rs.150 million to his cancer hospital in return...

SAMAA | - Posted: Mar 3, 2015 | Last Updated: 7 years ago
SAMAA |
Posted: Mar 3, 2015 | Last Updated: 7 years ago

SLAMABAD: By terming a ‘briber’ as a ‘brick’ Imran Khan has laid bare that he is morally bankrupt.

This judgmental statement by Federal Minister for Information & Broadcasting Pervaiz Rashid came immediately after Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) claimed a well known figure had offered him to donate Rs.150 million to his cancer hospital in return of senatorship.

“I will not mention his name as he is a man of honor. And if the courtier Pervaiz Rashid proves I have had my palms greased I will hang up my political boots as well as the gloves,” Khan told Samaa TV’s anchor extraordinaire Nadeem Malik during his titular talk show, which stands apart owing to its cutting edge analysis.

In his counterattack, Rashid said that he was also challenging Khan to prove his allegations leveled against the ruling Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PMLN).

“If Khan has gone as far as disclosing this much then he should be man enough to name the person in question,” the minister said daring the cricketer-turned politician to man up.

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