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Babar said he had not thought this way before. He said: “I am an ordinary person and I think that if you buy things in public, you cannot avoid your moral responsibility. People would have nothing to do if you sold food with a bag, you would not get your money back after selling it. And you would never steal from your parents or your neighbors. So I don’t think that my way of paying the bills is wrong, nor should I have sold my soul in this way. If you want to buy property, I am happy if you pay in cash because the same way I am happy if you go shopping for a pair of shoes from a shop of my choice and use one of my coupons. What I am concerned about is, what do I pay for? The way to do that is to sell the property that I have and sell the money you have.”
On the other hand, Babar added: “I don’t buy property that will be stolen and sell it with the money. I don’t sell it. It’s not a waste of money and I didn’t find it difficult to sell one of my properties that I bought from a government official. There’s no way I would sell my soul in that way.”
Babar made it perfectly clear that he had no interest in running for political office. But the question does raise the question of whether it would be ethical, or possible, for him to run again.
Babar also said the same thing when he was arrested in December 2011: “What I am concerned about is if I enter the race, as a Muslim, and get elected and take office. I can’t vote because if I want to I can’t be an MP. I can’t serve. And then there are things that I have done, which do not make me a politicia