Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan has said he will reveal the identity of the individual who offered him Rs10 billion to back down from the Panamagate case against the Nawaz Sharif family, in court.
"Take me to court and I will reveal the identity of the individual," he said while addressing a rally at Islamabad's Parade Ground, adding that the 'messenger' who brought the offer was also offered Rs two billion for convincing him.
"If I name the person, they will conspire against him," said Imran.
Khan also announced, during PTI's first public gathering following the apex court's verdict on Panamagate, a social boycott of Nawaz Sharif and urged all his followers to do the same.
Last week, the PTI chief claimed that the ruling regime offered him Rs10 billion to back down from the Panamagate case following which the ruling Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz ( PML-N) has warned him of legal action for leveling the bribe allegations on the party leadership.