Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan, Awami Muslim League Chief Sheikh Rasheed Ahmed, Jamat-i-Islami’s Siraj Ul Haque and Pakistan Peoples Party’s Khursheed Shah demanded Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to step down from office following the report submitted by joint investigation team’s (JIT) report in the Supreme Court regarding Sharif’s family money trail, Aaj News reported.
While addressing a press conference, PTI chief reminded PM Nawaz that, he should have resigned on moral grounds the day two judges of the Supreme Court had ruled that he was no fit to hold public office.
Similarly, PTI’s Shah Mahmood Qureshi and the PPP’s Khursheed Shah in a meeting on Tuesday also decided to push for the resignation of premier.
Mean while JI’s Siraj Ul Haque asked the PM to step down as he himself publicly announced to step down from the post if any thing is proved against him.
The JIT report also show unusual movements of large amounts of money from the Sharif family’s companies in the UK, UAE and Saudi Arabia to the prime minister, his sons and the family’s Pakistan-based companies.