London: The protest of the opposition against the allegations of tax evasion on the British prime minister in the Panama Leaks have turned into a serious situation and the British parliament have summoned David Cameron for his reply, whereas David Cameron have published his tax returns of the past six years.
According to foreign news agency, after the revelations of Panama Leaks public pressure has been constantly increasing on British Prime Minister David Cameron as he confessed that he had shares in his father’s offshore company, after this the British parliament has also summoned him for answering.
The British prime minister have published his tax records of the previous six years to release some public pressure, after the opposition and the British public kept increasing the pressure. According to the media report, while publishing his own tax records the British Prime Minister has demanded that not only the prime minister but the opposition leader, finance minister, the shadow finance minister and some other key political leaders should also publish their tax returns.
It should be noted that the Panama Leaks revealed that the British Prime Minister David Cameron is the owner of an offshore company and he also has shares in his father’s offshore company. The opposing Labor Party have staged strong protests and demanded the resignation of the prime minister after these revelations, although David Cameron has denied all allegations of owning any offshore company.