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Whistle blower, witness protection acts next week to catch corrupt elements: Imran Khan

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Sunday said that the government will introduce ‘Whistle Blower Act’ and ‘Witness Protection Act’ next week to apprehend corrupt people.

Addressing a press conference in Lahore, he said 20 per cent money would be given to the person who blows the whistle and helps the government in recovering the money from the corrupt under the law.
The prime minister said that corruption was the biggest problem of the country as it weakened the country’s economy and increased foreign debts.
He said unearthing of a two billion rupees bank account of an ice-cream seller and 170 million rupees accounts of a student by the FIA were few examples how corrupt people operated in the country.
He said that the government would ensure across the board accountability of the corrupt while blackmailing and protests could not deter her from the hunt.
He said drives against corruption did not succeed in the past as these targeted the opposition only, adding the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) was conducting across the board accountability as he was also summoned in the KPK government helicopter case.
Imran Khan said the only way to avoid dearness was to recover the plundered money from the corrupt, adding the government had discovered 10,000 properties owned by the Pakistani nationals in the UK, UAE and other parts of the world.
He said the Pakistanis had bought properties worth 900 billion rupees abroad and many of them would have been bought through money laundering.
He said the government had sought details of 895 companies while notices had been issued to 300 persons in this regard, adding some very costly flats abroad were owned by the servant of a big-wig.
PM Imran Khan said Asset Recovery Unit comprising members from the FIA, FBR and State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) was set up in the prime minister house and the government had signed Memorandum of Understanding (MoUs) with the UK while it was seeking similar MoUs with Switzerland and UAE governments.
Responding to political victimization allegations by the opposition, the premier said Shehbaz Sharif was arrested in a reference which was filed almost 10 months ago by the NAB, adding Shehbaz Sharif should have been arrested a lot earlier, acknowledging he was rather flustered when the Chairman NAB had decided to put off all investigations against Shehbaz Sharif before the general elections 2018.
About the press conference against Shehbaz Sharif’s arrest, he said birds of a feather flock had got together for fear of their own crimes, adding many of those, who sat in the press conference to show solidarity with Shehbaz Sharif, would be behind the bars soon as the FIA had got valid proofs of their corruption.
Imran Khan said he would not spare any corrupt, adding no National Reconciliation Ordinance (NRO) was possible under him. If a cricketer committed ball-tampering, would the punishment be deferred till the end of the series, he questioned.
“The PML-N was free to protest on roads and in the assembly and I may arrange a container for them if they like so”, the premier said, adding no blackmailing could save the corrupt.
Regarding the PPP and PML-N coalition in the by-polls, Imran Khan said the decision by the PPP and the PML-N leadership to contest elections from a single platform was a sufficient proof that it was the union of the corrupt, and Nawaz Sharif, Asif Ali Zardari were together for corruption.
The PM said the country’s economy had great potential and he was sure it would bounce back very soon, adding the country was gifted with precious minerals and other resources which would lure investors.
The prime minister said the nation may have to pass through hard times as the government would have to raise prices otherwise the existing foreign debts of 28,000 billion rupees would further soar.
Sharing with the nation, the poor state of the economy due to bad economic policies of the previous, he said the country was pushed under foreign debts of 28,000 billion rupees by the Nawaz Sharif and Asif Ali Zardari governments while these debts were mere 6000 billion rupees in 2008.
He said the current account deficit of the country increased to 16 billion dollars during the past five years under Nawaz Sharif.

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