Supreme Court website goes down as case against PM is heard

July 17, 2017
By: Samaa Web Desk
Published in Social Buzz

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NEWS DESK: For reasons best known to internet service providers or the authorities regulating them, the website of the Supreme Court became inaccessible as the report of the JIT probing the Panama Papers case was being reviewed at the apex court.DE7MBgPXsAAdlL1

When you try to access the website, it says that the ‘server is simply not available right now’.

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‘Service Unavailable’ is what it says when you try to access www.supremecourt.gov.pk.

The apex court began hearing the case that will decide the future of PM Nawaz, who is fighting for his job and contesting a damning corruption report by the JIT.

The apex court is expected to either put the prime minister on trial on corruption charges, or even disqualify him, but few expect the judges to dismiss the case after the six-member inquiry panel tabled a damaging 254-page report into his family wealth.


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Story first published: 17th July 2017

 
 

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