LAHORE - PTI will march on Raiwind after Eid if the prime minister fails to answer the four questions raised in Opposition-framed terms of reference for Panama leaks probe, Imran Khan has announced.

Addressing his party’s Ehtesaab March at the Charing Cross, he directed his supporters to keep prepared for march on Raiwind – which houses the residential estate of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his family.

The four demands PTI chairman made were: “Mr prime minister, make public the letter of purchase of (your family’s) properties in London. (Tell the people) how you amassed billions of rupees to buy property abroad? How you managed to transfer the funds abroad – whether it was done through banks or money laundering? Did you pay tax on the properties you bought in London?”

Mr Khan also praised Army Chief General Raheel Sharif for declining the ‘bribe’ offered by the ruling party in the form of the position of Field Marshal or extension in service.

The PTI chief kick-started the rally from Shahdara Chowk at 4pm after a brief address to his supporters.

The caravan stopped over at Bhatti Gate, Nasir Bagh and GPO before reaching Charing Cross.

In his speeches on the way, he said “the people of Pakistan are now on streets and won’t go back home until the ruling family and their cronies are not held accountable for looting pubic money.

“We have been asking the PM for the past five months to respond to the Panama leaks in the parliament and ToRs but he was intentionally avoiding the serious issue.”

He also strongly criticised NAB, FBR and ECP for their ‘serving the Sharif family, instead of the state’.

“I know how much money is laundered by FBR chairman to Dubai every month (for rulers). He could not send notice to prime minister over Panama leaks (on his own),” he claimed. The sending of notices to the PM’s offspring is the result of PTI’s Ehtesaab drive, he added.

Imran asked NAB chairman to play fair and reminded him that after his death he will be ‘accountable to Allah and not Nawaz Sharif’.

"Until when ECP would remain the B-team of PML-N?" The ruling party is planning to rig the next elections too like it did in 2013, he claimed.