Pakistan

Federal government rejects TI corruption report on Pakistan as biased

Federal government rejects TI
Federal government rejects TI corruption report on Pakistan as biased.

PM’s Special Assistant on Information Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan emphatically rejected the Transparency International’s report regarding corruption in Pakistan.
While talking to the media at Parliament House in Islamabad today, she questioned the fairness and transparency of the report.

Federal government rejects TI report

She said claimed that the masses also rejected the biased TI report because apparently corruption kings sitting abroad managed it.
Awan recalled that the previous government of PML (N) had favoured to Pakistan chapter of Transparency International.
She said giving clean chits to those whose corruption cases are pending before the court clearly indicates the nexus between these elements and TI Pakistan chapter.
She said the report itself raises question on the transparency and credibility of the institution.
The Special Assistant said that PTI government remains committed to free the country of corruption and all the corrupt practices.
She said Prime Minister Imran Khan has never compromised in the fight against corruption.
The special assistant on information and broadcasting said PM would never compromise on corruption in future.
She said world institutions such as Moody’s are endorsing and appreciating the improvement in economic indicators of Pakistan.
She said the world acknowledges the credibility of Imran Khan and such reports cannot hoodwink the world.
The Special Assistant also reminded that unprecedented recoveries were made from the corrupt elements over the last one year.
She highlighted these recoveries are more than the ones made during the last ten years.

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