ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chairman Imran submitted his reply in the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) over a disqualification reference filed against him, Aaj News reported.
The case was heard in ECP against Imran Khan and Jahangir Tareen Khan today.
Imran Khan submitted his reply which stated that in 2002 it was agreed that the Bani Gala house will be sold for a sum of Rs 43.5 million. It was decided that the house will bought on installments. Rest of the money was to be paid after selling the London flat, Imran Khan said in the reply.
In 2003, he gave the amount to Jemimah. The reply added that Jemimah transferred the money to Pakistan through legal channels, therefore allegations of tax evasions are baseless.
Imran Khan in his reply said that allegations that he had not declared his offshore company are also baseless.
He said that his company Niazi Services Limited had only one asset, the London flat, which was sold in 2003.
Meanwhile, the lawyer of Jahangir Tareen said that FBR has already refused all the allegations.
Later, Chief Election Commissioner adjourned the hearing till Dec 15.