Tradition to drag institutions into politics must end

Islamabad

The tradition to drag the constitutional institutions into politics must end as the attempts by the opposition to resort to this undesirable pursuit in the backdrop of the Supreme Court’s verdict on Panama case had even compelled the Chief Justice to tell Imran Khan during the hearing of a case that dissenting notes were a normal phenomenon throughout the world and nowhere so much hullaballoo was made about them as it was being done in Pakistan, which was unfair.
She made these remarks while talking to different TV channels on Monday. The minister said the judgment had been signed by all the five judges who did not grant the prayers of the petitioners and it was unequivocally mentioned that the Prime Minister could not be disqualified on the basis of the evidence that had been provided to the bench.—APP

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