PTI chairman Imran Khan has said that with the Nawaz Sharif’s disqualification as the country’s prime minister, the foundation of a new Pakistan has been laid. “I don’t have any personal grudges against anyone including Nawaz Sharif,” Imran said.
“I am thankful to all my supporters and the people who played a huge role during our campaign against corruption.”
Panama Papers case: Supreme Court disqualifies PM Nawaz Sharif
“I pay tribute to the judiciary of the country, particularly the JIT members who are the heroes of this nation, He added. Hoping that the apex court judgment will have effect on many others, Imran said.
Imran said that he could now see many ‘looters’ behind bars.
“This is just the beginning as all others who did corruption will also have to face this,” he said,
“The practice of sending abroad money looted from projects in the form of commission needs to come to a halt.”
“I also question the role of state institutions whose responsibility was to protect the interests of the country.
PTI said that they will offer prayer of thanks following the Panamagate case verdict collectively.
The Supreme Court JIT disqualified Nawaz after an investigative panel said his family’s wealth was way above their earnings in a corruption report on Friday.
The apex court also ordered NAB to file a reference against the accused in an accountability court in six weeks .They also directed for the trial to be concluded within six months.
The judges reserved that the premier could not continue serving the office.