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Imran rules out possibility of filing review petition in Panama case

ISLAMABAD: Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Imran Khan on Monday said that filing review petition in Panamagate case was not under consideration of PTI.

Talking to media at Supreme Court Imran Khan said that countries were run through institutions but in Pakistan each and every institution was destroyed.

He added that in Panama case, the Supreme court had exposed the institutions.

The PTI chief announced that in the light of the apex court verdict in Panama case, PTI would soon file reference against Chairman NAB.  He added that the SC had been the single and only intuition left in the country people still pinned their hopes in it.

Imran hailed Supreme Court, saying that the PTI was thankful to SC for historic verdict in Panama case and was stood by it.

He added that corruption was being committed by destroying institutions in the country.

Regarding the suo motu notice taken by Chief Justice Supreme Court of Pakistan of illegal constructions in Bani Gala on his (Imran) application, he said that they were grateful to the CJP who took notice of the issue.

He added that the new constructions were being done without any proper planning. He added that near Rawal Dam sewerage were being mixed with water without treatment and public parks in the area were being encroached.