Pakistan Cyber Force: PPP gang in trouble: NRO deadline expires today

Pakistan Cyber Force [Official] Networked Blog

Top stories

Pakistan Cyber Force [Official]

Tuesday, January 10, 2012

PPP gang in trouble: NRO deadline expires today

Print Friendly and PDF

Total defiance of the government to comply with Supreme Court’s last warning for writing letter to Swiss authorities in National Reconciliation Ordinance case expires today (Tuesday) leaving the apex court with no option but to proceed with contempt of court. Institutional tension has raised after the Executive has shown total disregard to the directives of the judiciary in the NRO case, which many believed could cost the prime minister Yusuf Raza Gilani, his job in case the controversy drags on.

Extra ordinarily corrupt Zardari, who is also PPP gang's Co-Chairperson, added shamelessly to the heightened tension between the Executive and Judiciary by leaving the matter for the next government to write to Swiss authorities. “I would only remain president for the next 12-15 months after which the next government may write to Swiss courts”, Zardari told a private TV channel on January 7, adding ‘why would his (burglar) government do so?’

The shameless Zardari said NRO case and Swiss courts would have a significance in history, thus, ‘neither he nor the Prime Minister would want such a thing to be part of the history’. This shows height of shamelessness.
President said he was not afraid of Article-248 and that he considered Swiss case as a trial of Benazir Bhutto grave, adding that it was the decision of party not to write to Swiss courts.

According to the constitutional analysts, the Supreme Court could punish Prime Minister Gilani in contempt of court for minimum of six months and up to two years in line with the 18th constitutional Amendment. The Supreme Court on its last hearing on implementation of the NRO case had issued last warning to the government to write letter to Swiss Court about the ill-gotten $60 million belonging to President Zardari and his late spouse  Benazir Bhutto stashed in the Swiss banks.

On other hand, some people believed that there were $97 billion dollars stashed in Swiss banks belonging largely to Pakistani politicians, and feared that if government did not implement the apex court directives in NRO case, the entire efforts to bring back the ill-gotten wealth stashed in the Swiss banks would go never bear fruits.

Meanwhile, quoting sources private TV channels claimed that the stooge, cowardly  President Asif Ali Zardari may leave for Dubai today, notwithstanding such serious situation. “All arrangements have been finalized and the President may leave for Dubai any time soon,” it said.
 (The Nation)
Mildly edited by: Xharaf Vsm
Pakistan Cyber Force



Post a Comment

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...