‘No more NROs’: Imran criticizes opposition for rejecting two FATF-related bills in Senate
ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday said opposition’s rejection of two Financial Action Task Force (FATF) related bills in the senate vindicated his stance that self-serving interests of the opposition leaders and the country’s interests are divergent.
In a tweet, Prime Minister said in Senate the opposition defeated Anti Money Laundering and ICT Waqf Properties bills as opposition tries to hide behind facade of democracy to protect their loot and plunder and to blackmail for NRO by defaming NAB.
He said they would even have Pakistan put on FATF black list to destroy nation’s economy and increase poverty.
Prime Minister said opposition keeps on threatening to bring down government unless they are given NRO as the noose of accountability has been tightened.
Prime Minister said no matter what happens, my government will not allow any NRO as it would be betrayal of nation’s trust in holding plunderers of public wealth accountable.
He said Musharraf gave NROs to two political leaders which quadrupled our debt and destroyed economy. He said that there will be no more NROs.