Iftikhar Ch brought forward after Reham drama flopped: Fawad Ch

18 Jun, 2018 3:26 pm

ISLAMABAD (92 News) – PTI leader Fawad Ch has said that former chief justice of Pakistan Iftikhar Ch has been brought forward after the Reham Khan drama flopped.

Talking to the media on Monday, he said that Iftikhar Ch had inked an agreement with the PML-N in 2013.

He said that Nawaz Sharif and his lawyers were using delaying tactics in the cases.

The PTI leader said that the interim governments were very slow.

Earlier, former chief justice of Pakistan Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry had stated that he would file a case against PTI chief Imran Khan’s eligibility to hold public office under Article 62 (1)(f) over allegations that he fathered a ‘love child’.

Chaudhry, now the president of the Pakistan Justice and Democratic Party, claimed that he has evidence to show that Khan has admitted to being the father of Tyrian White while abroad, but denies the same in Pakistan. He said his party would file objections against Khan’s nomination papers before the relevant ROs.

“Khan has mentioned his sons in his nomination papers but made no mention of his daughter. We shall take the case against him in the Supreme Court,” he said, adding that leaders should be ethically clean and honest. It is a matter of character, morality, and law,” he said.

He asked how Khan can go around the world speaking of justice when “he is not even willing to recognise his own daughter”.

“We want that whosoever is the leader of our country should not have such allegations against them because it is a matter of trust,” he said.

Tyrian White, believed to be 26, is the daughter of the late British socialite Sita White. Sita had won a default judgment in a paternity suit against Khan in a Los Angeles court in 1997 after Khan refused to provide DNA samples to prove or disprove paternity.

After the verdict, Khan had told US media that he would be willing to submit to a blood test in Pakistan and to stand by the decision of a Pakistani court, arguing that he was not a resident of California or England.


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