ISLAMABAD — Pakistan’s best court has prosecuted a clergyman in a scorn case for basic addresses he made after the court precluded previous PM Nawaz Sharif for disguising resources.
Danyal Aziz, a decision Pakistan Muslim League party pioneer and priest for privatization, argued not blameworthy Tuesday.
The Supreme Court had paid heed to discourses made by Aziz a year ago and he was accused of blaming the court for predisposition against Sharif and sparing resistance pioneer Imran Khan from exclusion.
The court set a hearing for March 26 for witness declaration.
Not long ago, the court sent decision party Sen. Nihal Hashmi to jail for a month for talking against the legal.
The court precluded Sharif a year ago on charges originating from spilled papers from a Panama law office.