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Minister of State for Information and Broadcasting Marriyum Aurangzeb has strongly quashed the notion that the reaction of the government on the remarks of the honourable judge of the Supreme Court indicated any friction, or the commencement of a silent war between the two institutions.

Talking to a private news channel, she said the government, however, felt concerned about the remarks because they had tarnished the national identity and prestige in the comity of nations.

She said that the remarks against an elected government and the constitutional office of the Prime Minister were very unfortunate.

The Minister said that the Prime Minister never tolerated a loose-cannon behavior by any member of the party. 

She said despite reservations, Sharif family was assisting the apex court as well as the Joint Investigation Team on the issue of Panama papers.

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