Chaudhry preparing case to win Nawaz’s ineligibility

KARACHI: Former chief justice Iftikhar Chaudhry has embarked on a journey to get Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif declared ineligible for the parliamentary membership on the basis of allegations against him involving money-laundering and offshore companies, ARY News reported.

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He said he would contact speaker National Assembly or Election Commission of Pakistan or file petition in court for ineligibility of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.

“The incumbent government has become Skype and satellite government. We are preparing case to declare the PM ineligible and action could be taken against him under article 184,” he said in an ARY program, Power Play.

The former CJ said the case of Model Town would be decided and justice would soon be delivered to the victims.

“Had I been in Supreme Court today, I would have solved the cases at fast pace,” he said.

Iftikhar Chaudhry said case of offshore companies and money laundering was well strong against Nawaz Sharif.

On the other hand, Barrister Ali Zafar said he would deal with it, if a case was registered for declaring the PM ineligible.

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Chaudhry preparing case to win Nawaz’s ineligibility

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