The leaders of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) kept in beating their drums for proving their popularity among the masses.

Opposition Leader in the National Assembly Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan accused PTI chairman Imran Khan of not paying taxes on his income, asking him to make details of his assets public.

He also resurrected the old debate of Khan’s London apartment, which he claimed was gifted to him by his former wife Jemima Khan. He asked the PTI’s chief to show the details of purchase and sale of property.

The opposition leader observed, “We want to see if Jemima has mentioned this transaction in her tax returns. Now I accuse him of tax evading and he should bring me to courts”.

He called the PTI chief to take them to court and prove that the PML-N is guilty of the charges leveled against it, saying Imran Khan should disclose his sources of income to explain his lavish standard of living.

He criticized Imran Khan for only accusing the opposition party while saving his criticism against the Pakistan Peoples’ Party (PPP), adding that the PTI chief and Interior Minister Rehman Malik speak same things.

He remarked, “They both criticize Nawaz and PML-N but they don’t attack each other”.

Replying to allegations leveled by the former cricketer against Nawaz Sharif’s son, he asked Imran Khan to file a case against them if he had any doubt. “Imran has spent his entire life in London’s night clubs, he knows everything about the city, and he should fight a case there”.

Chaudhry Nisar proposed another option to end this blame game, saying PML-N is will to go any national of Imran Khan’s choice to solve this issue and prove its incorruptibility.

He added, “We will request the local court, in the interest of democracy, to form a commission to investigate our accusations against PTI and Khan’s against PML-N. We will provide proofs to the court and the judges can investigate”.

The opposition leader blamed Imran Khan of fooling the youth of the country, saying that the former captain should take him to the court as he has challenged earlier.