Govt ready to discuss Panama Papers issue in Parliament: Saad
Says there is no contradiction in statement given by PM at floor of the House and that given in SC.
Minister for Railways Khawaja Saad Rafique has said that government is ready to discuss Panama Papers issue in the Parliament if demanded by the opposition.
Talking to media outside the parliament House in Islamabad on Wednesday night, he said that there is no contradiction in the statement given by the Prime Minister at the floor of the House and that given in the Supreme Court. He said the government is also ready to discuss the issue in the speaker's chamber. He said that Prime Minister's name is not in the Panama Papers.
Saad Rafique said that said members of the treasury benches were not allowed to answer the questions raised by the opposition leader in the House today due to derogatory behaviour of PTI members. He said the PTI members tore the copies of Order of the Day and other important documents.