PM Shahbaz states that valuable presents include diamond jewellery, bracelets, watches, and sets.
Former Prime Minister Imran Khan received presents worth Rs140 million from Toshakhana and sold them in Dubai, according Pakistani Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif.
During a discussion with prominent media at PM House, the prime minister made the remark.
“I can confirm that Imran Khan sold items from Toshakhana for Rs140 million in Dubai.” Diamond jewellery, bracelets, watches, and sets are all valuable gifts,” he remarked.
PM Shahbaz said that he had received a watch, which he put at the Toshakhana.
“I don’t have anything to conceal,” he continued.
It’s worth noting that the PTI administration has been reticent to reveal specifics about the presents it has kept from Toshakhana.
The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) has launched an investigation into former Prime Minister Imran Khan for allegedly selling a valuable jewellery from Toshakhana and causing a financial loss to the country.
According to the allegation, the necklace was sold for Rs180 million to a Lahore jeweller through Zulfi Bukhari, but only a portion of that sum was paid to Toshakhana.
In reaction to the claims, Bukhari stated that rumours concerning the sale of a jewellery were false.
He told Geo News that there had never been any discussion regarding the jewellery and that the charges were unfounded and unfounded.
Imran sold his watch, Fawad acknowledges.
Former information minister Fawad Chaudhry responded to the charges by claiming that Imran Khan bought the watch from the government after receiving it as a gift from a foreign country.
“I don’t understand what the genuine issue of Shahbaz is,” he said, adding that he [the prime minister] is perplexed as to how to raise accusations against Imran Khan.
In an interview with a private channel, Fawad stated that “if it is mine, I can sell that watch,” and that “nobody should have an issue with that.”
PM Shahbaz should avoid trivial gossip and focus on national concerns, according to the former minister.