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PTI decides to file reference against NAB Chairman
The party also demanded to make JTI's report on Panama Leaks case public in the future.
PTI spokesperson Fawad Chaudhry while addressing a press conference in the federal capital detailed that the reference will be filed under Article 209.
The PTI member mocked at members of treasury benches and claimed that they have not thoroughly read the decision.
The PTI activists across the country have been asked to offer special prayers for the health and long life of two judges who noted the Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif was no more honest and should be disqualified.
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If Nawaz Sharif had any moral standing or courage, he would have had resigned by now, the PTI spokesperson said.
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) and Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) separately have been celebrating Thanksgiving Day on Friday (today) across the country, however PTI also observing Day of Deliverance as Panamagate verdict came out last day, ARY News reported.
Talking to Radio Pakistan, he said the Prime Minister's name was not included in Panama Papers as he has given clean chit, which was appreciable.
"The NAB Chairman is in collusion with the government". Leader, PML-N Mian Abdul Manan said the Prime Minister presented himself for the investigation in Panama case.Although, his name was not mentioned in the Panama papers but he made a decision to go into the court of law, he added. "It has never happened in Pakistan's history before those comments were passed against a sitting prime minister".
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