ISLAMABAD: Awami Muslim League (AML) Chief Sheikh Rashid on Wednesday said getting justice is an inalienable right of 200 million people of Pakistan.
Talking to media before Panamagate case hearing at the premises of Supreme Court, Sheikh Rashid said, ‘Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) counsel Naeem Bukhari is respectable to me.’
It should be mentioned here that Sheikh Rashid on Tuesday objected to the way Bukhari is pleading the case before the bench. Pinning high hopes on the apex court, the AML chief said, ‘The coffin of corruption will come out from the courtroom.’ He said he will personally plead his own case very tersely. DNA