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Jang group false reporting: SC intentionally defamed – judge

ISLAMABAD: Hearing the false reporting case against Jang and Geo group, Supreme Court of Pakistan Tuesday said the court was intentionally defamed. Hearing contempt of court case against Jang group for publishing incorrect report regarding the fourth and final report submitted by the Panama JIT to the court, Justice Ejaz Afzal Khan remarked the apex...

SAMAA | - Posted: Jul 25, 2017 | Last Updated: 4 years ago
SAMAA |
Posted: Jul 25, 2017 | Last Updated: 4 years ago

Supreme Court of Pakistan
ISLAMABAD: Hearing the false reporting case against Jang and Geo group, Supreme Court of Pakistan Tuesday said the court was intentionally defamed.

Hearing contempt of court case against Jang group for publishing incorrect report regarding the fourth and final report submitted by the Panama JIT to the court, Justice Ejaz Afzal Khan remarked the apex court was defamed on purpose.

Addressing the counsel of Jang and Geo group, Justice Sheikh Azmat Saeed observed, “The story you published in your newspaper against the Panama JIT bounced back.”

“And, you had to tender apology over the false reporting,” he added.

Justice Sheikh also said the Jang group published some incorrect news stories regarding stock market as well.

During Monday’s proeceedings, Jang Group and its reporter Ahmad Noorani submitted their replies.

In his reply, Noorani stated that he had sent the questions to the registrar via Whatsapp before contacting the SC judge. He also stated that he then tried to contact the house servants when he was unable to speak to the judge.

“The judge picked his first call which was made at 08.11 pm. The judge said that he speaks in courts and the verdicts,” Noorani stated.

The reporter added that when he contacted the judge for the second time at 08.14 pm, the judge said that the affected person should contact the court regarding the matter.

Jang Group Owner Mir Shakil-ur-Rehman and Mir Javed-ur-Rehman, in their replies, stated that many news channels along with Geo News aired the content of the news leak in the wrong context.

They pleaded that a single news channel should not be accused of contempt of court. He added, ‘Whatever happened, we express our repentance over it.’

They pleaded the Supreme Court of Pakistan to take back the contempt of court notice which was issued to them.–SAMAA

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