PM must step down for at least 60 days: Imran | Business Recorder
Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan on Thursday demanded resignation of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, saying he has no moral ground to rule the country after the Panama Leaks case verdict. He paid glowing tributes to the apex court but at the same time questioned the composition of the joint investigation team (JIT), saying majority of its members will come from the institutions that work under the prime minister. Khan said he did not expect more than that of this judgment. "the Prime Minister should step down for at least 60 days as long as JIT completes its investigations," he said. He said what moral authority the Prime Minister has to stay on his position after the judgment. He said that Nawaz Sharif would face the criminal investigations like Uzair Blaoch, the head of banned Layari Aman Committee - a statement that was first given by Sheikh Rasheed of Awami Muslim League soon after the verdict. "I pay tribute to the judges of the Supreme Court for giving a judgment