Asif did not give any other details about the gold medal allegedly sold by Khan. These steps of Khan are not illegal but are contrary to the high moral standards that Khan always talked about.
Pakistan’s Defense Minister Khawaja Asif has claimed that former Prime Minister Imran Khan ‘sold’ the gold medal he received from India while playing cricket. The cricketer-turned-politician Khan, 70, is at the center of a controversy these days for buying gifts, including an expensive Graff wristwatch, which he received as prime minister at a discounted price from Toshakhana and sold for a profit. was. During a television program on Monday, Asif said Khan had “sold the gold medal he got from India”, according to the Express Tribune newspaper.
Asif did not give any other details about the gold medal allegedly sold by Khan. These steps of Khan are not illegal but are contrary to the high moral standards that Khan always talked about. Usually, such gifts are permanently deposited in the Toshakhana. Khan was disqualified by the Election Commission of Pakistan for making “false statements and false declarations” in the Toshakhana issue.
On September 8, Khan admitted in a written reply that he had sold at least four gifts received during his tenure as prime minister. Meanwhile, while addressing a session of the National Assembly, the Defense Minister took a jibe at Khan and said the former prime minister has “gone mad for power”. supported him unconditionally during the four years.
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