The Prime Minister's Assistant Special Information and Broadcasting, Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan, termed the Transparency International report as biased and said it was a systematic and targeted agenda to spread frustration among the Pakistani people.
He said that the transparency international report mentioned in the media, the public and the civil society should be reviewed for its own credibility and transparency.
It is remembered that yesterday there was a report of a global corruption watchdog report saying that despite the government's growing crackdown on corruption, Pakistan's corruption index fell in the ranking and global. Pakistan slipped to the 120th position after falling 3 ratings
The Assistant Special criticized the aforementioned report, saying that the Transparency International report, which is being blamed for failing to make the performance of the proposed government clear and transparent, has its own transparency question mark.
The auxiliary said that the data on which the transparency is based, and who is collecting it, must come to fruition.
He alleged that the head of the Transparency International Pakistan applauded the PML-N government in the previous regime and made a joke in the name of the report on corruption reduction which he was given as the ambassador.
"Our fault is that we did not extend the term of the ambassador because of which he had to retire on his own time," the Assistant Special said.
According to Firdous Ashiq Ivan, who will accept the report that the most corruption occurred during the Musharraf era, then the reign of Imran Khan was brought under discussion, followed by the Pakistan Peoples Party and then the PML-N government. Submitted.
He said that the way the parties were declared corrupt King and whose actions are being heard in the courts, the clean chit in the report is clear that this is not a free and transparent report.
The Special Assistant termed Transparency International's report as biased and said that the report is a systematic and targeted agenda to spread frustration among the Pakistani people who have chosen Prime Minister Pakistan to end corruption from Pakistan.
The auxiliary said the Corruption Kings are using Transparency International's report as a shield to cover their sins, which they will be disappointed with.
He said that other international organizations, including Moody's, are not only supporting but praising the current government's economic indicators.
He said that the world recognizes the ability of Chief Minister Imran Khan. This report cannot mislead the world and the recovery from corrupt elements in just one year is greater than in the last 10 years.
The Assistant Specialist invites those who compile the Transparency Report, to come and tell us on what basis this government is linked to the signs of corruption on which we have serious concerns and we reject it frequently.
He said that the corrupt kings who are shaking the lines of such organizations should discuss the reports of Mian Nawaz Sharif's platelets instead of Transparency International's report.