Pak Supreme Court: PM Gilani must writer to Swiss Govt to reopen graft cases

For Pakistan, no one is above the law whether it would be head of the Prime Minister’s party or anyone else.

This has been proved by the issue over the money laundry cases against President Asif Ali Zardari, that are try to reopen by the Pakistan govt. to make strict action against corrupts.

Pakistan Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani resists under a big do and die situation after the Pakistan’s Supreme Court has order him to write a mandatory letter to Swiss authorities for reopening graft cases against President Asif Ali Zardari.

Today, Chief Justice Iftikhar Chaudhry has made hearing Gilani’s appeal. And after that in form of the remarks, Chaudhary said that the proceedings against Gilani would be ended on basis of a condition. The condition is that Gilani should write a letter to the Swiss authorities.

Gilani had filed 200-page appeal yesterday against a different bench’s order summoning him on February 13 for the framing on contempt of court charges for refusing to revive the cases against Zardari.

But his appeal has also come under the issue of adding some “objectionable” paragraphs in it. In these paragraphs, Gilani had questioned the contempt case initiated against him even though he had freed several top judges who had been detained by the regime of former military ruler Pervez Musharraf.

However Pakistan bench of justice directed Gilani’s lawyer to remove such paragraphs from the appeal. The bench pressurized Gilani to write the letter to Swiss authorities that will help to come back $ 60 million that was allegedly laundered.

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