‘PM should have resigned after Panama case verdict’

ABBOTTABAD: The Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA) will decide its future line of action regarding any move against Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in view of the Panama case verdict in its general body meeting on May 2.

This was stated by SCBA president Rasheed A Rizvi while addressing as chief guest at a reception arranged for him by the Peshawar High Court Bar Association, Abbottabad circuit bench, here on Tuesday.

Mr Rizvi said that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif should have stepped down on ‘moral grounds’ soon after the verdict in Panama Papers case as all the five judges of the apex court had not given him a ‘clean chit’. He added that two of the judges had clearly declared him ‘ineligible’ while three decided to go for further probe into the case.

About the Lahore High Court Bar Association’s decision to launch a movement against the

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