ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan has ordered all advisors and special assistants in his cabinet to disclose their personal assets.
Special Assistant to the Prime Minister for Accountability Shehzad Akbar said that even the non-elected advisors will also disclose their assets. There are five advisers and four special assistants to the prime minister in the federal cabinet.
The prime minister had issued directives to the Cabinet Secretary to gather the details of the assets of unelected advisers and special assistants and make them public.
PM Imran Khan has said that across-the-board accountability will continue and there will be no leniency no matter how powerful the criminal. He vowed that the law will always take its course and will
Prime Minister Imran Khan praised Director-General Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) Wajid Zia, the head of the Sugar Inquiry Commission, saying that he has done an excellent job during the investigation.
The Prime Minister reiterated his commitment to continue the fight against “Corrupt Mafia” and stand his ground even though the struggle against them will be long and arduous.
He said that no matter how powerful a person is, he will not be forgiven for his crimes. He said that he was content that the cabinet stands by him in the fight against corruption in the best interest of the people.