The opposite side: Bakhtawar features double principles of responsibility
The opposite side: Bakhtawar features double principles of responsibility 

PPP pioneer Bakhtawar Bhutto on Saturday said that Jahangir Khan Tareen was permitted to visit UK, while he was named in the sugar test report, while her dad and sibling were put on the ECL on little reasons in examination.

Reacting to a tweet wherein the client expressed that Jahangir Tareen has left for the UK in the wake of "plundering billions" however the National Accountability Bureau was "dozing", she said her dad, previous president Asif Ali Zardari, was set on the restricted travel backlog during decisions after "a media outrage" broke and has been on it from that point forward.

"[M]y father a previous President was put on [Exit Control List] ECL during the decisions after a media outrage broke and has been on it from that point onward. My sibling [Bilawal Bhutto] was put on ECL only for giving a discourse. Likewise 50% of Sindh Gov priests," she said.
"With regards to genuine responsibility - This is the opposite side," Bakhtawar said.

On Friday, Tareen had responded to media reports about his remote visit and explained that there's "nothing to stress over" and that he was in the UK for a customary clinical test.
"IA will get a doctor's approval and be back soon," he included.

Tareen has been named in the dooming request report as one of the recipients of sugar value climb and an appropriation of billions of rupees given out to the plants' proprietors.

The administration of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf has on different occasions repeated that move would be made based on the report and nobody will be saved.