LAHORE - PTI chief Imran Khan yesterday announced giving future strategy on Panama Leaks scandal during party’s foundation day grand meeting scheduled to be held at Islamabad on April 24.

Talking to the media after presiding over a party meeting here, the PTI chairman vowed to hold protest at Raiwind (residence of Sharif family) and to invite all political parties for protesting against the alleged corruption of ruling family.

He said the entire nation would be brought on roads against the corrupt elite. “For what purpose N-League wants to come to Bani Gala,” he questioned the government ministers who announced a similar protest demonstration at front of PTI chairman residence in Islamabad if Khan led rally towards Raiwind.

Similarly, the PTI chief asked why the PML-N planned protest at front of Jemima Goldsmith (Imran’s ex-wife) residence.

“We would go to Raiwind for seeking Sharif family answers on their corruption revealed by Panama Leaks. For what purpose you (PML-N) will go to Bani Gala or Jemima’s home in London,” he questioned.

Imran Khan also criticised Interior Minister Chaudhary Nisar Ali Khan for speaking about corruption of other party’s leaders, daring the minister to launch investigation if anyone involved in the crime.

“I wonder why he (Ch Nisar) avoids launching investigation if anyone was involved in corruption. Whether he kept all corruption files with him just to blackmail people,” he stated.

Khan asked PM Nawaz to explain how he sent money abroad and how his sons became billionaires in 1993 when they had no source of income in UK. He also mentioned the world leaders who tendered their resignations after Panama scandal and asked Nawaz Sharif to follow their example and face the inquiry.

Criticising the PML-N for levelling allegations against Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital, Imran Khan said the hospital was the biggest charity organisation in Pakistan and offering free medical facilities to poor for years. “The SKMCH accounts are open and can be checked by anyone. They (PML-N) should be ashamed before hurling allegations on a charity organisation,” he regretted.

Imran Khan said that he would not call off his proposed protest this time until the resignation of prime minister.