SC judgment in Panama case widely hailed
PML-N leaders say top court's decision is in the best interest of Pakistan, the people, and democracy.
PML-N leaders have described the Supreme Court's decision in Panama Papers case a victory of the people of Pakistan and the constitution of the country.
Talking to newsmen outside the Supreme Court, Defence Minister Khawaja Muhammad Asif said that court's decision has vindicated Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's stance of establishing a joint investigation commission to probe the matter.
He said the apex court today exclusively established that the evidences presented before the court were insufficient.
Planning Minister Ahsan Iqbal said today's verdict is a historic victory of the party.
He said the attempt to disqualify the elected prime minister faced failure as the opponents tried to sabotage the people's mandate through unconstitutional means.
Minister for Railways Khawaja Saad Rafique said the court order will be fully implemented.
The Minister said under the able leadership of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif the journey to development and prosperity will continue.
Minister for Religious Affairs said Court's decision is in the best interest of Pakistan, the people, and democracy.
Minister of State for Information Marriyum Aurangzeb said the Court's decision has defeated the politics of agitation and allegations.
She said the Prime Minister has set a precedent by presenting himself and his family before the court for accountability.
Marriyum Aurangzeb said PTI will have to answer the people of Pakistan for its attempts to halt development process.
Talking to Radio Pakistan, the Minister of State said the judgement of the court is in line with the stance adopted by PML(N).
Spokesman of the Prime Minister Musaddiq Malik expressed satisfaction over pronouncement of the verdict and said the opposition should have no objection to formation of the JIT.
Lawyers and legal fraternity have termed today's verdict historic that will lead to upholding the rules of law and constitution in the country.
Counsel for Prime Minister's sons Salman Akram Raja said the majority decision is the real decision of the court.
He said the court has decided to go for investigations, which was our plea from the very beginning.
He said dissenting notes are no more than personal opinions.
Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif has congratulated Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif over Supreme Court's decision in Panama Papers Case.
In a message, he said that our political opponents hatched conspiracy but they faced defeat today.
He said the PML-N would again win the people's confidence in 2018 and fulfil its agenda of progress and prosperity of the country.
Balochistan Chief Minister Nawab Sanaullah Khan Zehri has said the decision of the Supreme Court has proved that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is an honest man and believes on implementation of constitution and law.
Talking to parliamentarians at Chief Minister House in Quetta today he said Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz will again emerge victorious in the next general elections.
Talking to Radio Pakistan correspondent Sophia Siddiqui, Minister of State for Information Technology Anusha Rehman said the court has vindicated the stance of PML-N.
She expressed the hope that now the opposition parties will accept the decision of JIT.
Parliamentary Secretary for Capital Administration and Development Division Maiza Hammed told Radio Pakistan that the decision of the case is success of the Prime Minister.
Talking to Radio Pakistan Lahore Correspondent Imran Hassan, PML-N leader Siddiqul Farooq said the Supreme Court has rejected the PTI's plea to disqualify Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif .
Punjab Minister for Local Government Muhammad Mansha Ullah said it is an important decision for completion of the ongoing development projects across the country.
Punjab Minister for Special Education Chaudhry Muhammad Shafique has termed the decision as a victory for the Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.
Talking to Radio Pakistan Quetta correspondent Aftab Sherazi, Balochistan Minister for Services Mohammad Khan Shahwani said the Supreme Court verdict is based on law and constitution.
Balochistan Assembly member Husan Bano Rakhshani said the verdict has proved that the judiciary is independent in the country.
MPA Yasmeen Lehri said the Supreme Court has protected democracy.
Shazia Lango said the verdict has proved supremacy of the law.
The PML-N workers and people will observe Day of Gratitude tomorrow on the verdict of Panama Papers case. A spokesman of PML-N said special prayers will be offered in Friday prayers for development, progress and prosperity of the country.