Prime Minister Imran Khan has on Tuesday made an offer to the Opposition to resign from office, conditional to the fact that they return the money they “stole” from the country.
“I will resign tomorrow if you deposit the money you looted back into the national exchequer,” he said.
The premier also dared the Opposition parties to make good on their threat to resign from the assemblies.
“Such people do not have the guts to resign,” PM Imran Khan said.
He further added: “Making such a move requires courage and character.”
He criticized the decision by major Opposition parties to contest the Senate elections.
“Neither did they set out on a long march nor were they successful in gathering people [for their cause],” PM Imran remarked.
“December 31, and then January 31, came and went,” he said, in reference to the first and then the subsequent deadline the Pakistan Democratic Movement, an 11-party Opposition alliance, had set for the premier to resign.