SC reserves Panama case judgment after five-day hearing
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – The Supreme Court of Pakistan special three-member bench reserved the Panama case judgment after five-day hearing on Friday.
Justice Azmat Saeed remarked that they will review the issue of the disqualification of the prime minister.
“The children got the business of the grandfather and no one can point finger at their father,” argued counsel for Maryam, Hassan and Hussain Nawaz.
Naeem Bukhari, counsel for the PTI, contended that the prime minister was not ‘Sadiq’ and Ameen’.
On the other hand, the SC opened the volume 10 of the JIT report. “We will everything before the people,” Justice Azmat Saeed said.
Justice Ijazul Hassan said that they had asked yesterday that will the Qatari prince come. “It is not known that whether the Qatari prince will come or not,” he added.
He said that they had been waiting for the details of the assets.
Sheikh Rashid argued that nothing is left behind if the Qatari letter is removed. “The prime minister’s address is contempt of court. Nawaz Sharif has deceived the Sheikhs and Dubai people. The Sharif family should show if they have the money trail. The prime minister should be pardoned if he is not disqualified. They will purchase the subordinate courts,” he maintained.