IK's indictment inevitable come what may: Tarar.

ISLAMABAD -- Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Interior Attaullah Tarar Tuesday said PTI chairman Imran Khan would have to face indictment in the Toshakhana case at every cost as it was a fit case of 'technical money laundering and 'undervaluation' of foreign gifts he received as prime minister during three-and-a-half-year period.

Addressing a news conference here, he said Imran Khan was fearful of his arrest, but the indictment had to be done and now it was up to him to face it cowardly or gracefully.

He alleged that the PTI chief committed billions of rupees in 'technical money laundering as he used Farah Gogi for transporting precious foreign gifts abroad.

Explaining the modus operandi, he said Farah Gogi was used to transport the precious gifts abroad for selling purposes, adding 'if a person wears a Rs one billion wristwatch or Rs 500 million bracelet onboard a flight, no immigration staff will ask for their value.'

Attaullah Tarar appealed apex court for the Toshakhana case's live broadcast, and said it was unfortunate that the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chairman remained using delaying tactics to avoid appearing before the courts.

He said if Imran Khan failed to appear before the court, the government would follow the instructions of the court and ensure producing him before the...

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