As Pakistan’s SC Disqualified Nawaz Shariff; He Can Be The First PM To Complete The Term

As Pakistan’s Supreme Court held Prime Minister Nawaz Shariff guilty in Panama Paper case, Nawaz Shariff is now chaired down from his post and is barred from contesting further elections in the country. The decision came at a time when Nawaz Shariff government was sailing through the political crisis. After being left red faced in the International Court of Justice (ICJ) against Kulbhushan Jadhav case, finally, the Nawaz Shariff is now down from the political hot seat of the country. The opposition parties were also mounting pressure on Nawaz Shariff in Panama Paper case, a reluctant politician he is, doesn’t deter him from stepping down.

Nawaz Shariff was an inch closer to break the custom and the ritual of Pakistan of serving the whole one term, and if completed, his name would have been written in with the golden letters. Maintaining the custom and the ritual of Pakistan of not completing the term from the Independence, Nawaz Shariff failed to break practice and missed a chance to be written in the history books.

The Prime Ministers who governed Pakistan has the years in the succeeding order like Chaudhry Muhammad Ali served the nation from 12th August 1955 to 12th September 1956, Huseyn Shaheed Suhrawardy from 12th September 1956 to 17th October 1957 and so on till 1958.

Nawaz Shariff failed to break the same ritual of Pakistan

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