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Parliament, Masses’ Will Must Prevail: Talal Ch

Islamabad (September 13, 2017): State Minister for Interior and Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz leader Talal Chaudhry said on Wednesday said that there the on the ground Nawaz Sharif was disqualified had no judicial precedent.

Talking to media outside Supreme Court, the minister urged that Parliament and masses will must prevailed and respected.

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He said that they respected institutions, but everyone must be given the right to fair trial.

He said that they had brought the review petitions in the Supreme Court so that any mistakes  may be corrected.

“This is for Pakistan’s future. We are not asking for a favour, Nawaz is only asking for his right,” he shared.

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Chauhdry opined that the public opinion is supreme, and called for legislation to ensure the people’s mandate is not subverted.

“Parliament is the most supreme state institution. We respect the courts and desire a justice system which is so strong that those who make the Constitution should not be the only ones that are punished but it should also punish those who subvert the Constitution,” he said, hinting at former president Gen (retd) Pervez Musharraf.State Minister for Information Technology Anusha Rehman said that the petitioners had not sought Nawaz disqualification on the basis upon which he was disqualified by the court.

Barrister Zafarullah said Nawaz Sharif’s Iqama [UAE employment contract] was not mentioned in any petition.

“World over the rule is that a matter mentioned in the petition is adjudicated on,” he said, adding that, “we think there is no such decision in Pakistan or even the world’s history”.

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