LAHORE: The Supreme Court may inscribe itself or wait for the end of the regime but the current government will not write the letter to Swiss officials, said ANP leader and Federal Railways Minister Ghulam Ahmad Bilour today, SAMAA reported on Thursday.
Hearing of PM Gilani’s court contempt case was held in the Supreme Court this day and the court issued clear instructions for writing letter to Swiss officials for re-opening of those cases which had been closed, under Pervez Mushrraf’s NRO, through a letter of the then attorney general, Justice (retd) Malik Qayyum.
The Federal Railways Minister has hinted totally opposite to the Supreme Court’s clear orders issued this day for writing a letter to the Swiss officials.
Ghulam Ahmad Bilour said while talking to media in Railways Headquarters Lahore that until this government is in power no letter will be written to Swiss officials; the court should wait for the end of the current regime.
The ANP leader added that if PM Gilani had obeyed former president Pervez Musharraf then he had not been sent into prison for six years.
“Few judges and politicians took oaths under PCO; they undermined the Constitution of 1973,” Ghulam Ahmad Bilour added further. SAMAA