Published On: Mon, Jul 31st, 2017

Petition Filed Against Nominated PM Of Pakistan Shahid Khaqan In Supreme Court

A petition is filed in Supreme court of Pakistan against the nominated Prime Minister as corruption references were pending in Nation Accountability Bureau about the corruption scandal in LNG import and he is nominated PM after disqualification of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.


After the disqualification of PMLN party leader Nawaz Sharif from PM post, part has decided the name for PM post Shahid Khaqan.

But on other hand a filed a plea against the nomination of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader Shahid Khaqan Abbasi as the interim prime minister in Supreme Court and now his nomination is challenged.

Shahid Khan Abbasi is the Pakistani Politician as well as businessman, he served as the Minister of Petroleum and Natural Resources from 2013 to 2017 and he also held the cabinet portfolio of Minister for Commerce in the Gillani ministry in 2008.

Now he is the interim Prime Minister-designate of Pakistan and he is a senior member of the Pakistan Muslim League.

Nawaz Sharif is the party leader as well as the former Prime Minister who has disqualified from the PM post on 28 July, 2017 as he was found the culprit of money laundering as well as in corruption by Supreme Court and it is said that he is unable to explain its earning payment history.

The man who is selected for the interim Prime Minster of Pakistan by his party PMLN, he is a senior member of the party but now his nomination for PM post has challenged as petition is filed in Supreme Court of Pakistan by a local Syed Mahmood Akhtar Naqvi.

In the Petition it was said that he cannot selected as interim Prime Minister of Pakistan as he is the owner of company Air Blue Co. and also against him corruption references were pending in Nation Accountability Bureau (NAB).

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