ISLAMABAD: Supreme Court of Pakistan (SC) has issued a contempt of court notice to ex-Pakistan Muslim League – Nawaz (PML-N) senator Nehal Hashmi, Business92 reported.
Hashmi was served the notice over the remarks he made against the official carrying out investigation against Sharif family members.
A three-member bench of the Supreme Court heard the case.
In his remarks, Justice Ejaz Afzal said that what not is being said about the joint investigation team probing Sharif family’s offshore wealth.
The judge added that the dignity of the courts will be maintained at all costs.
“We don’t care what will be the end result,” Justice Ejaz Afzal said.
He went on to say that the Supreme Court had made the JIT and the top court had told the Registrar what should be done.
“Registrar does everything he can for the court,” he said.
In the hearing, Hashmi sweared upon God that he was fasting on the day he made the speech on which judge remarked that they fast as well.
Justice Ejaz-ul-Hassan, in his remarks, said that a campaign is being run against the judges.
Justice Sheikh Azmat Saeed that not even the worst enemy threatens children. “Terrorists issue threats to children,” he said.
The hearing of the case was adjourned till 5th June.