Published: Wed, April 18, 2018
Worldwide | By Sean Reid

Nawaz Sharif to visit ailing wife in London

Nawaz Sharif to visit ailing wife in London

Referring to the Lahore High Court's Monday verdict banning "anti-judiciary" speeches, the former premier had said the court should make clear what "anti-judiciary" means.

The former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Tuesday said the premiership was not the bed of roses, and added the World had changed and they also needed to be changed.

A three-judge full bench headed by Justice Mazahar Ali Akbar Naqvi and comprising Justice Atir Mahmood and Justice Masood Jahangir resumed hearing of 27 miscellaneous contempt petitions against the ruling party leaders for making anti-judiciary remarks.

The court instructed PEMRA to decide on all complaints regarding the broadcast of anti-judiciary remarks by Sharif and his daughter within 15 days, and to ensure that such content is not broadcast by anyone. "Instead of taking action, Pemra sought advice from judiciary".

Maryam Nawaz, daughter of former premier Nawaz Sharif, also took to twitter to inform about her mother's critical health and requested the public to pray for her quick recovery.

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Multiple petitions have been filed in different courts against them over alleged contempt of court.

The chief justice observed that the high court passed such orders in compliance with Article 19 (Freedom of speech) and 68 (Restriction on discussion) of the Constitution.

"Elected governments made historic decisions, including the atomic tests which were completely conducted by the civilian government", claimed Nawaz.

It was discussed how much the decision will impact the PML-N movement with the motto "vote ko izzat do" in near future.

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