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How Pakistanis Are Celebrating After The Supreme Court Turned Go Nawaz Go Into Gone Nawaz Gone

How Pakistanis Are Celebrating After The Supreme Court Turned Go Nawaz Go Into Gone Nawaz Gone

2017 is shaping out to be a good year for Pakistan. Not only did we defeat arch rivals India to win the ICC trophy but we also witnessed the triumph of persistence over dishonesty. The Panamagate saga has finally come to an end with a Supreme Court bench disqualifying Nawaz Sharif from holding public office. The bench also declared that all the cases against PM Nawaz and his family will be sent to the NAB court for trial.

For those of you are thinking “eh, he will just contest for elections again “, the Supreme Court bench also passed an order to bar Nawaz Sharif from running in elections ever again. Maryam Nawaz who was being groomed as a political heir to the great Sharif political dynasty has been implicated in the case too for providing fake documents to the court. This is a victorious moment for Imran Khan and how well he capitalizes on this will decide his fate in the next general elections. Punjab which has remained a Sharif stronghold for decades will be flocking towards a new contender and Imran needs to become their saviorย if he intends to become the next Prime Minister.

If you are one of those people who see this as a stepping stone to greater times ahead for Pakistan, then you have this man to thank for all this unbridled joy.He is the journalist that blew the lid off Panama Papers and made Imran Khan a very happy man.


Pakistanis all over are rejoicing at this amazing news and here are some tweets to lay evidence to that.


If I was in Nawaz’s place,ย I’d probably be giving daughter dearest an earful right now about her creative editing skills.

Imran Khan must be more excited than a child on a sugar high.

Imran Khan has two reasons to celebrate now. Ousting Nawaz and getting the stamp of approval from KRK.

I don’t know about you guys, but this gif is the best thing to have come out of the supreme court ruling.



Congratulations Pakistan. You did well today.

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