Panama Leaks: Govt agrees to establish commission led by serving SC judge
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – The government has agreed to establish a commission led by a serving judge of the Supreme Court to probe into the Panama Leaks.
However, the final decision will be made after consensus of the parliament.
The government has decided an effective legislation against corruption.
Earlier, a federal cabinet meeting presided over Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif failed to decide on the Panama Leaks commission.
Speaking on the occasion, the prime minister said that with God’s grace their hands were clean and he was cleared of even the strictest revengeful accountability in the past.
“The people hampering progress and prosperity by creating instability had failed in the past and will fail in future as well,” he said.