Imran Khan has announced tackling corruption with a fresh boost after he scaled the Galliat’s highest peak Miranjani, Abbottabad with his sons on Monday.
The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman is set to kick off his fresh campaign against corruption in the country from August 7.
Imran posted a picture on Twitter after climbing onto the mountain accompanied by two of his sons, saying he was now ready to ‘conquer corruption.’
“Conquered Miranjani the highest peak in Galliat. Now ready to start campaign to conquer corruption in Pak from 7 Aug,” he wrote.
On Sunday, the PTI announced it will re-engage with the government in a bid to hammer out the terms of reference (ToRs) for the Panamagate inquiry, but made it clear that it had no plans to postpone its anti-corruption campaign.
Leaked documents from the Mossack Fonseca law firm in Panama last month showed, among many other world leaders, the premier’s three children – sons, Hassan and Hussain, and his daughter, Maryam – owned at least three offshore holding companies registered in the British Virgin Islands.