ISLAMABAD -  The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) on Monday reiterated its resolve that it would continue boycott of the National Assembly, as Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif being the Leader of the House was facing corruption allegations, till a decision of the Supreme Court over Panama Papers case.

PTI spokesman Fawad Chaudhry alongwith party's Deputy Information Secretary Murad Saeed, while speaking at a Press conference, said counsel for Nawaz Sharif was using delaying tactics before the Supreme Court in the Panama Papers case after the legal team of the PTI brought “solid evidence” on record.

"Fake allegations against Chairman Imran Khan and party's Secretary-General Jehangir Tareen were being levelled on the basis of fake documents and the sole purpose behind this was to linger on Panama leaks case," Fawad said in response to an earlier Press conference of the PML-N MNAs held at the Press Information Department (PID).

“They have now realised that nobody could save the PM now," he added.

Referring to a the speech of the Prime Minister made on the floor of the National Assembly in which he offered to step down if proven guilty in Panama Papers case, the PTI leaders said that Nawaz Sharif would be behind the bars after the decision of the case as going home was no more an option for him now.

Replying to a question of submitting new documents by the counsel of Sharif family Akram Sheikh, Fawad said that despite all this he could not explain the money trail. 

"This proves that Ishaq Dar had laundered money for Nawaz Sharif through which his children bought properties abroad, and the affidavit given by Ishaq Dar some years back, has now proved correct," he added.

Fawad hoped that the apex court would soon announce its verdict in Panama leaks case and added that the Sharifs would not be allowed to take flight to Jeddah, as their accountability should be ensured this time at all costs. 

The PTI leaders also flayed the government for using official resources of the PID to defend the Prime Minister and “propagate allegations” against his party.

The PML-N should use its party Secretariat if it is so serious in defending the PM, he said.

"These government buildings are not anyone's personal property and no one whether ruler or anybody else --- must not misuse the State offices for personal purposes," said Murad Saeed.