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In wake of twisting scenario when the government is caught red-handed in its treachery, courtesy the memogate scandal of Traitor Hussain Haqqani, the government and their masters in White House are trying their level best to save the government. Today, some important development took place in this regard which shows the desperateness of corrupt government and its masters.
Pakistani American businessman Mansoor Ijaz, at the heart of the Memogate scandal, has asked the court to give him time till January 25 to come to Pakistan.
Mansoor Ijaz's lawyer Akram Sheikh read out his written statement during the proceedings of the Memogate scandal in the Islamabad High Court. A three-member bench, headed by Balochistan High Court (BHC) Chief Justice Qazi Faez Esa, heard the case on Monday.
Akram Sheikh said that Mansoor Ijaz was ready to come to Pakistan but he and his family have been receiving threats since the last proceeding of the case. Akram Shaikh also told the court that Mansoor Ijaz has applied for a visa at the Pakistani embassy in Switzerland and his appointment at the embassy is due at 3pm (PST) on Monday.
Moreover, Attorney-General Maulvi Anwarul Haq making lame excuse told the commission that Haqqani's old BlackBerry phone had been lost in the USZ. The commission subsequently directed the authorities to look for his phone and present it as soon as possible. Meanwhile, on orders of globalist Zionist elite, BlackBerry maker has refused to release data related to the memo that led to the stepping down of the traitor USZ envoy Husain Haqqani and a festering row between the military and the political leadership.
The phone manufacturer, based in Canada, has said that their privacy laws prohibit disclosure of a customer's data to any other party without the consent of the parties concerned, hence Pakistan cannot have the information.