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ISLAMABAD (PAK TIMES): Prime Minister-in-waiting and Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Imran Khan has been summoned by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) in the helicopter misuse case today.

PTI Chief Imran Khan is currently facing an investigation against him for allegedly misusing KPK government’s helicopter for his personal visits, which caused a loss of almost Rs2.1 million to the national treasury.

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Earlier, the PTI Chief was summoned by the NAB KPK in the mentioned case on July 18 but Mr. Khan asks for more time as he was busy in the election-related activities and campaigns.

The counsel of Mr. Khan had assured the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) that his client will appear before the NAB after the general elections in the country.

Babar Awan, the counsel of Imran Khan said in his reply, “The Chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Imran Khan welcomed this move by the NAB to probe the case. Imran Khan will further empower the accountability watchdog if he voted to power in upcoming general elections.”

Imran Khan is currently very busy in the election campaigns, therefore, it is a bit difficult for him to appear before the NAB, he added.

He also assured the anti-corruption watchdog that Imran Khan would appear before the NAB on priority rights after the general elections, Mr. Awan said.