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  Imran Khan demands Nawaz’s to resign; declares Panama verdict historic
   
 
ISLAMABAD, April 20 (INP): Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan on Thursday demanded of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to step down following the SC verdict in Panamagate case ordering to constitute a Joint Investigation Team (JIT) to probe as to how Sharif family transferred wealth to Qatar. In his first reaction to the Panama verdict, the PTI chief lauded the members of larger bench of the apex court for hearing a case against the sitting Prime Minister’s corruption. Terming the verdict, historic and exemplary the PTI chief said two senior judges even have disqualified him, adding the five judges of the bench straight away rejected the Qatri letter. He said that more details of what he said Sharif family’s corruption would come out in the JIT’s probe. The PTI accept the split verdict but how can junior officials investigate the prime minister, he asked. ‘All the departments except MI and ISI are under his direct control.’ He added that Nawaz Shairf should step down and let the probe go on without any influence. He added that Nawaz Shairf should come back if the JIT give him a clean chit. Imran Khan congratulated PTI workers and supporters on their struggle against corruption. Thanking the judges for a bold decision, Imran Khan congratulated them and the nation for the verdict which has questioned the wealth of Sharif Family. INP/AJ
 
 
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PM announces Rs one million for each victim of Parachinar twin blasts
News Image   PARACHINAR, Jun 29 (INP): Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Thursday announced compensation money for the victims of Parachinar twin blasts that claimed lives of more than 40 people. More
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China accuses India of hidden agenda
News Image   BEIJING, June 29 (INP) China has virtually accused India of having a “hidden agenda” as it stated that Indian troops had stopped PLA soldiers from building a road in Donglang, a region at the centre of a long-standing dispute with Bhutan. More
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