Panama documents judgment political parties demand resign Sharif become part of investigative process

Panama documents judgment political parties demand resign Sharif become part of investigative process. Sharif and his sons ruled in the case of Panama Lakes.

Supreme Court orders formation of JIT to probe money trail, says PM not disqualified, Nawaz Sharif and his sons   become part of the investigative process

Panama documents judgment political parties demand resign Sharif become part of investigative process.

The Supreme Court has ordered to form a joint investigation team for investigation against Nawaz Sharif and his sons ruled in the case of Panama Lakes.

Justice Asif Khosa and Justice Gulzar concluded that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif should be disqualified.

Judgement authored by Justice Ejaz Afzal Khan, which was read out by Justice Asif Saeed Khosa.

The JIT will comprise of seven members from SECP, MI, ISI and NAB. five-member larger bench remarked.

That formation of JIT ordered as the DG NAB had failed to investigate the matter.

PPP Co-Chairman Asif Ali Zardari rejecting the Panama verdict.

Said that the prime minister should tender resignation on moral grounds after the court decision.

PPP would give its response to the decision after going through the complete version of the verdict.

Majority of the junior judges joked with the nation.

Zardari said “I had suggested Imran not to go to court. He is inexperience.

His (Imran’s) decision has caused a loss to democracy and justice.

Imran Khan said the Joint Investigation Team (JIT) cannot work freely and independently without the resignation of Nawaz Sharif.

Panama documents judgment political parties demand resign Sharif become part of investigative process.

Commenting on the dissenting note by two judges in the epic ruling of Supreme Court of Pakistan in Panamagate scandal case.

The PTI chief said two judges of the bench declared the Prime Minister is no more Sadiq-e-Ameen (Honest and Trustworthy).

It should mentioned that the apex court ordered to form a JIT to probe charges of corruption anchored in Panama Papers brought to the fore by an organization of international journalists.