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State of Assam and Centre had earlier said that judicial verdict will supercede the NRC executive exercise.
The PTI government has responded to the unveiling of the Supreme Court-ordered JIT report as if the report is a conclusive finding of fact, a judicial verdict that has proved the guilt of senior PPP leaders and their alleged business partners.
We have become accustomed to witnessing how evil has prevailed, and the judicial verdict on an all-powerful figure in the person of Mrs.
He said though Nawaz Sharif could not contest elections due to a judicial verdict but it was reality, the people would vote for him.
Despite the judicial verdict, PML-N will continue to be the largest political party of the country under the guidance of Nawaz Sharif,' he said.
He said that he was elected by the party members in the parliament for the office of prime minister after the judicial verdict which had disqualified former prime minister, Nawaz Sharif.
"Nawaz Sharif has no justification to cling to power after the judicial verdict. I call upon people in all walks of life and in every part of the country to rise and demand his resignation," he said, announcing a programme of more rallies in different cities including Karachi in the weeks ahead.
"Continuation of the house arrest without judicial verdict is a violation of the constitution.
Meanwhile, Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen leader Asaduddin Owaisi recently said that the Muslim Personal Law Board has already committed itself to a judicial verdict. He said, "We won't allow any temple to be built and if brokers among Muslims try to explore ways to revive talks, it will not be tolerated." Another organisation, the Majlis Bachao Tahreek (MBT) has called for a peaceful shutdown to demand reconstruction of the demolished mosque on its original site in Ayodhya.
This acme in a statement issued Saturday by the Bar Association following internal and foreign repercussions on the judicial verdict issued against the female doctor accused of apostasy.
Requesting the court to hand down the accused a suspended jail sentence, the prosecution said: "No need to pass down another judicial verdict against the accused."
"After such a landmark judicial verdict, my failed legal action ensures that anonymous suits and skirts, who control the media, numerous other businesses and the public sector, will now enjoy complete freedom to replace older employees whatever their unimpaired ability and merit.