ISLAMABAD: It is a historic day today, said Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) spokesperson Fawad Chaudhry on Thursday after the prime minister appeared for questioning before the Panama case Joint Investigation Team (JIT).
Talking to the media, Chaudhry clarified that the premier has been summoned by the JIT and did not do so on his own accord.
He said the process of accountability started by the PTI is finally bearing fruit.
Thus, he should be considered a suspect, he claimed.
“How did the prime minister’s kids become billionaires in their teens?” asked Chaudhry, adding that the premier also needs to explain how he set up the Nescol and Nielsen companies in 1993.
The PTI leader said the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz is shrieking in pain today.
“The investigation is being taken to its logical conclusion,” he commented further.