Baloch terms PTI’s case on Panama Papers weak

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Provincial gov'ts responsible for maintaining law, order: Baloch

ISLAMABAD, Nov 18 (APP): Federal Minister for SAFRON Lt. General
(Retd) Abdul Qadir Baloch on Friday said Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf’s
(PTI) case on Panama Papers was very weak as evident from the criticism its lawyer Hamid Khan had to face on media.
Speaking in a private TV channel program, he said Hamid Khan could not tolerate the said criticism and had to quit from the prosecution.
The minister said the matter was pre judice so it could not be discussed on media.
He said after the Panama Papers, the prime minister wrote a letter to the Supreme Court to probe the matter, he added.
He said the government would accept the court’s verdict regarding Panama Papers case.