ISLAMABAD: Emphasizing a dovish and polite approach to situation arising after submission of Panama Joint Investigation Team (JIT)’s report, Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif has urged party leaders to refrain from making unwarranted criticism towards army, judiciary and other state institutions.
Informed sources said the chief minister cautioned the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) lawmakers while addressing the parliamentary party meeting yesterday (Friday).
Shahbaz also advised the premier to strengthen his legal team and contest the case in full measure.
The sources further apprised that another senior party leader asserted that it is the need of the hour to deal with the prevailing challenges cautiously.
As the premier announced to contest the JIT finding in the top court while addressing the meeting, Sharif family’s top counsel Khawaja Muhammad Haris has prepared a draft of objections on the JIT report, which is expected to be submitted to the court soon, sources further said.
The Panamagate six-member probing team, formed in line with Supreme Court’s verdict announced on April 20, to probe money trail of Sharif family’s offshore properties.