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ISLAMABAD, Nov 14 (APP): State Minister for Privatization Muhammad Zubair Monday said the matter of Panama Papers was in the Supreme Court which wanted to resolve the matter on priority.
Speaking in a TV programme, he said all the political parties should repose full confidence in the courts and show commitment that they would accept its decision on the issue.
At a time when Turkish President was due to arrive in Pakistan, Pakistan Tehreek Insaf (PTI) leadership should have showed unity by setting aside its differences with the government and take part in the joint session of the Parliament, he said.
He said PTI wanted to gain power by hook or by crook and it was least concerned on matters of national interest.
Muhammad Zubair said that PTI following its past record, would also refuse to accept decision of the apex court on Panama Papers as they did on judicial commission’s findings on rigging allegations.
He said PTI chief Imran Khan also owned an offshore company and hide it for many years.