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The Lavish lifestyle has exposed of Purana Pakistan's rulers and showed how the Prime minister of Pakistan Imran Khan has taken revolutionary austerity steps to make taxpayers money accountable and transparent. #PMAusterityDrive
Posted by Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf on Wednesday, September 5, 2018
The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has exposed the lavish lifestyle of Prime Minister House. In a video shared on the official social media pages of PTI, the luxury cars and an army of servants present in the PM House can be witnessed.
For the time in Pakistan's history a Prime Minister is leading the accountability measures from PM's to make sure tax payers money is spent on public welfare and not on the luxury of rulers. #PMAusterityDrive pic.twitter.com/K9i9qX9s6F
— PTI (@PTIofficial) September 6, 2018
The video was shown by PTI Senator Faisal Javed and Iftikhar Durrani. The leaders stressed upon the austerity drive initiated by Prime Minister Imran Khan. They showed how the prime minister has taken revolutionary austerity steps to make taxpayers money accountable and transparent.
Prime Minister Imran Khan’s government is determined to change governance in the country while focusing on austerity, anti-corruption, and meritocracy. Kicking off the austerity drive from his own, he announced to reside at the three-bed residence of the Military Secretary instead of the lavish PM House.
Prime Minister House on Wednesday released a video footage of the ultra-luxury surplus vehicles that are to be auctioned under Prime Minister Imran Khan’s austerity drive. The video, also shared by Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Jahangir Khan Tareen, features several luxury cars, including the extravagant Mercedes S600 Maybach, Mercedes Jeep BMW 7-series, Mercedes Benz S300, BMW X-series and others, parked in one of the lawns of the PM House.
The auction of the vehicles will take place at the PM House on September 17 and an advertisement of 33 cars has already been published. The vehicles include eight luxury BMWs and four latest Mercedes Benz. Other vehicles are 16 Toyota Corollas, three Suzuki cars, one Honda and one HTV car. The rest of the cars are under use by the cabinet division, especially for the commute of foreign guests.