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Maryam calls for Al-Azizia verdict to be declared void following judge Malik s removal

PML-N leader Maryam Nawaz on Friday called for the verdict against her father former president Nawaz Sharif to be expunged following the Islamabad High Court s (IHC) decision to remove accountability judge Arshad Malik from his post. In a series of posts shared on Twitter, Maryam said that the matter was not about the removal of a judge instead it was about suspending the verdict that the judge had issued. The matter is about suspending the verdict, which this judge had given under pressure, from the court record. In a subsequent post, Maryam said: The clear meaning of the removal of the judge is that the judiciary has accepted the truth. If this is the case, how can a verdict by this judge being maintained? She asked why her father was not being released if the judge, who had given the verdict in the case against him, was removed. In a third post, Maryam asked: A judge... was found guilty of misconduct and was removed from his how can the subject of his misconduct be punished? Nullify the verdict, release Nawaz: PML-N The PML-N was quick to react to the news regarding the removal of the judge, with its spokesperson Marriyum Aurangzeb saying that the verdict against Nawaz Sharif should be declared null and void and he should be released immediately . It has been confirmed that the video is real, she said in a statement shared by the PML-N on Twitter, adding: [The] judge sahib has conceded that he made the decisions under pressure. Aurangzeb said that after the removal of the judge, the legal basis for the verdict against Nawaz had automatically ended. After the removal of the judge, it has been proven that the facts that Maryam Nawaz brought before the people of Pakistan were correct. More details to follow.


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