ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: The Sindh Governor Muhammad Zubair on Tuesday expressed hope that justice would be done in Panama Papers Case and Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) would accept judgement of the Supreme Court.
Talking to Pakistan Television, he said it was a good omen that the state institutions including judiciary were working independently without any external pressure.
However, he hoped that judiciary would ensure implementation of all norms of justice and would show no hurry while issuing its judgment in this case like many other cases that take quite sufficient time to be decided.
“We always followed Constitution and respected the courts,” he added. “This case will be recorded in history and we believe that justice would be done.”
While mentioning the past, he quoted the Case of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto which was later termed as ‘judicial murder’ and said, “We expect passionate hearing of the parties by the court and justice would be done.”
The Sindh governor said that the party had reservations over report of Joint Investigation Team (JIT), therefore the honorable court had to fully examine the report before verdict.
Muhammad Zubair said cases proceed for years in the country and usually the notion behind this is stated to be fulfillment of requirements of justice.
“Therefore, in this case, we desire that all requirements of justice are also fulfilled,” he added.