Read complete SC judgement on Panama Case here

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ISLAMABAD – The judgment of Supreme Court of Pakistan on the Panama Leaks case began with a popular quote from the 1969 novel ‘The Godfather’ by Mario Puzo. 

Who would have thought the judgment, which was claimed by some as a landmark one, would open with a quote from Mario Puzo’s crime novel The Godfather? This was the famous quote from the novel stated right at the beginning of the judgment:-

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“Behind every great fortune there is a crime”.-Balzac

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The Godfather was among a series of novel penned by Mario Puzo which rose to critical acclaim from around the wold. The series focuses on an Italian crime family and its nefarious activities as well as tiffs with the law.

The Godfather is a cult classic and has a dedicated fan following from around the globe. The novel inspired a series of Hollywood movies which went on to become box office hits, starring celebrated Hollywood actors such as Al-Pacino, Robert De Niro and Andi Garcia (among others).

 

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  • Justice Asif Saeed Khan Khosa
    and other Judges, Supreme Court of Pakistan, Islamabad.

    Subject: Accountability of the Higher Judiciary

    Dear Sirs,

    Like all other Pakistanis, I also read eagerly your verdict on the Panama-leak case, which infused successfully the term “Godfather” into the body politic of Pakistan.

    The judiciary itself is not immune to any such version of “Godfather”. In this regard, kindly do read my complaint dated 03.06.2017. The complaint was filed under Article 209 of the 1973 Constitution of Pakistan with Chairman Supreme Judicial Council, Justice Mian Saqib Nisar, against the misconduct of Chief Justice of Lahore High Court, Justice Syed Mansoor Ali Shah.

    The complaint was delivered in the Supreme Court on 05.06.2017 (copy of both the complaint and the receipt attached). A reminder was sent on 10.06.2017 (copy attached). Both are still unheeded.

    For reading the rest of the complaint sent to Justice Asif Saeed Khan Khosa, visit the following site: https://discuss.pkpolitics.com/topic/33299/the-judiciary-is-subject-to-public-scrutiny

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