Imran asked to ensure transparency in funds


Islamabad: [Dec 13]

The Pakistan Economy Watch (PEW) on Tuesday asked Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chief Imran Khan to ensure transparency in utilisation of fund.


Funds collected for welfare projects and those raised for party should not be mixed to ensure transparency and avoid accusations as well as any possible legal problem, it said.


Any financial scandal will have a very negative impact on the on-going welfare projects, PTI and personality of Imran, said Dr. Murtaza Mughal, President of the Pakistan Economy Watch (PEW).


He said that questions are being raised about consumption of funds raised for different public assistance projects for the sake of party rallies which is a very disturbing development which can hut confidence of masses, he added.


Dr. Murtaza Mughal said that reports suggest that PTI UK in in trouble over allegations regarding misuse of funds, abuse of authority and alleged dictatorship.


He asked Imran to take immediate mote of the allegations and take corrective steps lest frustration take an ugly turn.


Imran should ensure separate bank accounts for party funds and that raised for welfare projects, ensure proper audit, stay clear of legal complications, and approve moves accepted by the party workers, masses and the law, he advised.


Such steps will make party strong, boost morale of party workers and reduce incidences of resignations by important party officials.


Dr. Murtaza Mughal said that it is unfortunate that some veteran activists who supported Imran in difficult times are reported to be feeling abandoned and marginalized.


Many who find hope in PTI will be disappointed by news of struggle between different factions within the party.


Ignoring the problem may compromise capability of Imran to raise millions overnight for his projects, he warned.



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