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Friday, July 28, 2017

Supreme Court of Pakistan dismissed Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif guilty

Shadow political crisis in neighboring country of Pakistan ... In the Panama Paper Leak case, the Supreme Court of Pakistan dismissed Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif guilty. Nawaz Sharif has resigned as Pakistan's PM, and now the neighboring country is looking for an interim prime minister. Actually .......... The bench of five judges led by Justice Asif Saeed Khosa of the Supreme Court of Pakistan has ordered to file a case against Sharif and his children in the Panama Leake case. ........ Court has also disqualified Sharif and Pakistan's Finance Minister Mohammad Ishaq Dar for the post. The Supreme Court has ordered the National Accountability Court to register the case within six weeks and complete the trial within 6 months. Nawaz Sharif, the prime minister of Pakistan three times, is charged with corruption and money laundering on his family. In Pak, there are general elections to be held in 2018. .... Justice Khan said in the verdict, Nawaz Sharif is disqualified from the membership of Parliament. Therefore, they can not remain the Prime Minister's post .... The Supreme Court has ordered the registration of case of corruption on both sons of Nawaz Hassan-Hussein and daughter Mary. ......... After the verdict, Pakistani opposition parties, especially Imran Khan's Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Party, celebrated outside the court ......... Now looking for Interim PM After the removal of Nawaz Sharif from the post of PM, speeches are being made to become PM of his younger brother and Punjab CM Shahbaz Sha  No Pakistani Prime Minister has been able to complete 5 years of his tenure. And this is the second time when the Supreme Court disqualified an existing Prime Minister. In 2012 the Supreme Court disqualified Yusuf Raza Gilani. However, hope is that the citizens of Pakistan will be safe and work in the interest of the people.

                                                           

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