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Aviation Minister Ghulam Sarwar Khan said yesterday that if found guilty of crime then PTI leader Jahangir Tareen should be punished for his alleged involvement in the sugar crisis that grasped country horribly.
The PM’s aide on accountability, while declaring the findings of the sugar crisis inquiry public, on May 21, had said that the report “confirms the premier’s farsighted view that businessmen in politics will put business first”.
Sarwar while speaking during a programme of a local TV said: “If Jahangir Tareen and Khusro Bakhtiar are found negligent then prompt action should be taken against them.”
“The commission should refrain from any selective accountability, as there are 83 sugar mills and all of them would be held accountable whether it be Tareen or Bakhtiar.” Sarwar said.
Sarwar also said that “PM Khan always keeps friendship aside while taking decisions.”
“Imran Khan greater cause is much important and he really does not look at friendship or kin for that if a person from his family is doing something wrong then he will boycott his family,” Sarwar added.