Take back the gifts from the people who have taken them home – Justice Mian Gul Hassan: PMLN supporters did not realize it will open a pandora’s box

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Newspapers reported :

The Islamabad High Court (IHC) has heard a petition filed by the Cabinet Division that had challenged the order given by The Pakistan Information Commission (PIC) in a petition before the IHC to release the details of gifts received by former Prime Minister Imran.

The Islamabad High Court in its remarks said that it should not have been a policy to take a gift home by paying a certain percentage of money. Making such a policy means selling the gifts.

Justice Mian Gul Hassan Aurangzeb remarked that the gift given to the government of Pakistan goes to the office of the prime minister . These gifts are not to be taken home. If someone has taken home a gift from abroad, take it back. People come and go. The Prime Minister’s Office lives there.

Justice Mian Gul Hassan in his remarks said that the gifts of the last twenty years should be viewed in the same way. If there is any constitutional interpretation to be made, we will do it. Take back the gifts from the people who have taken them home.

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Someone in the PMLN tried to malign Imran Khan in a stupid way now the action has boomeranged back on the government.

If the information is released that it will open a pandora’s box. There is a long list of prime and officeholders who had taken the gifts at throw-away prices.

Pakistan Muslims and People’s parties leaders did not release their leaders have also taken away expensive gives. Rauf Klasra has written a detail reported on this in his article long ago. ‘

He wrote:
During the rule of Nawaz Sharif from 1997 to 1999, Nawaz Sharif took with him gifts from Tosha Khana worth more than Rs. 67 lakhs for only Rs. 9 lakhs. Nawaz Sharif took these Mercedes worth Rs. 42.5 million for Rs. 636,000. Mercedes was not included in the gift of Rs 67 lakh. In 1997, a carpet was presented to him by a Turkmen delegation.

Nawaz Sharif took this carpet as a gift by paying only 50 rupees. In 1997, he received a briefcase as a gift from the Crown Prince of Qatar. Nawaz Sharif took this briefcase by paying only 875 rupees. The MP rifle worth Rs 150,000 was taken away after paying Rs 14,000, while watches were given to Nawaz Sharif and Kulsoom Nawaz by the ruler of Abu Dhabi. Nawaz Sharif worth Rs 300,000. 45,000 except for the clock

Rauf Klasra https://www.mukaalma.com/124485/#.Yl_QCdR-jFo.twitter