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Supreme Court Strikes Down NAB Amendments, Corruption Cases

Supreme Court Strikes Down NAB Amendments, Corruption Cases

The Supreme Court has ordered that all cases should be rescheduled in NAB courts and accountability courts. The Supreme Court struck down nine out of ten clauses of the NAB amendments, ruling that they were unconstitutional and had affected public interest rights. As a result of the verdict, all cases that had been closed under the amendments have been reinstated.

Sure, here are the highlights from the Supreme Court’s verdict on the NAB amendments in Pakistan:

The verdict is a major victory for former Prime Minister Imran Khan, who had challenged the amendments in the Supreme Court. The verdict is also likely to have a significant impact on the fight against corruption in Pakistan.

Here are some of the key reasons why the Supreme Court struck down the NAB amendments:

The Supreme Court’s verdict is a significant setback for the government of Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif. The government had argued that the amendments were necessary to reform the NAB and to make it more accountable. However, the Supreme Court has ruled that the amendments were unconstitutional and that they have no legal effect.

The verdict is also a major victory for the anti-corruption movement in Pakistan. The movement has been campaigning against the NAB for years, alleging that it is used by the government to target its political opponents. The Supreme Court’s verdict has given a boost to the movement and has raised hopes that the fight against corruption will be taken more seriously in the future.

It remains to be seen how the government will respond to the Supreme Court’s verdict. The government could challenge the verdict in a higher court, or it could try to implement the verdict despite its opposition. The government’s response will be closely watched by the anti-corruption movement and by the public at large.

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