Imran Khan, the recently ousted Pakistan Prime Minister, got 58 presents totalling more than 140 million from international leaders during his three-and-a-half-year tenure and kept all of them either by paying a minor sum or even without payment.
A set of presents consisting of a Rolex watch, a pair of cufflinks, one ring, and one box containing a necklace, bracelet, and a pair of earrings was valued at 23.5 million and was maintained through Rs 11.5 million.
Imran Khan paid 38 million for presents totalling Rs 140 million, but other items worth Rs 800,200 were kept without payment.
As per Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif, the most costly were sold in Dubai.
The price assessment was made by the evaluation group he formed. All of these presents, with a total worth of about Rs 100 million, were kept by Imran Khan in September 2018 by paying 20% (Rs 20 million) of their assessed value, according to The News International.
A present received by a government functionary from the head of another nation is put in the treasury, according to the guidelines.
Those who want to keep the present can do so by paying a percentage of the value, which was 20% at the time Imran Khan kept the above-mentioned gifts.
In December 2018, the regulations were amended to require a 50% payment to keep these gifts.