'SC Judges Aren't Willing To Bear Burden Of Imran's Suicidal Narrative'

'SC Judges Aren't Willing To Bear Burden Of Imran's Suicidal Narrative'
The SC judges are not willing to bear the burden of PTI chairman's suicidal narrative, says analyst Murtaza Solangi.

On the audio leaks, he told Khabar Say Aagay host Raza Rumi the top court has provided the government with an opportunity to probe the audio leaks on its own.

Commenting on today's hearing, he observed that senior judge Justice Qazi Faez Isa criticised – between the lines – the SC order suspending judicial commission, formed to investigate audio leaks.

Economist Khurram Husain said that the finance ministry, instead of changing the economic set up, chose to alter the macroeconomic adjustments.

He seconded economist Atif Mian that the benefit from the control of import, exchange rate, and interest rate is temporary, and it will have consequences.

There is not any guarantee from the allies either, about resuming aid after the country regains its political stability, Husain added.
"When the ISPR names planners of the May 9 riots, they are, in fact, referring to PTI chairman Imran Khan. They say that they are committed to bring the planners of the unprecedented unrest to justice"

Aijaz Ahmad said that PTI chairman Imran Khan's trial under Army Act is certain, and he won't be able to leave the country until the case is over.

There's no ongoing deal with the former premier, and his name on the no-fly list is a symbol of the same.

Pakistan won't be accepting any external pressure either, in this regard, Ahmad maintained.

Journalist Asad Ali Toor said that Justice Isa and the other two judges on his bench found the verdict of Chief Justice Umar Ata Bandial amusing.

On Imran Khan, he highlighted that the ISPR has issued consecutive press statements since May 9, and made it clear that the planners of the riots won't be spared, and they are referring to Imran Khan.

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