Nawaz Sharif calls for revolution as Lahore trek ends

Ex-PM to visit Mazar-e-Iqbal no plan to hold presser on Aug 14 clarifies PML-N spox

Ex-PM to visit Mazar-e-Iqbal no plan to hold presser on Aug 14 clarifies PML-N spox

A copy of the decision has also been sought from the top court and Mr Sharif's children are also likely to file separate petitions.

Sharif's lawyer Khawaja Harris filed the three review appeals, in reply to the petitions filed by Imran Khan, Sheikh Rashid and Sirjul Haq.

Former Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif has filed a review petition against the verdict of the five member bench of the Supreme Court in the Panama Papers case.

On July 28, 2017, the Supreme Court of Pakistan had disqualified Nawaz Sharif for not disclosing his employment with FZE Capital, in a landmark decision in the Panamagate case.

Ending a four-day journey to Lahore, Nawaz Sharif tells supporters he will change Pakistan's fate despite removal.

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Meanwhile, the president's daughter, Ivanka Trump, condemned the move in an obvious effort to confront criticism against his father.

However, Nawaz Sharif and other PML-N leadership voiced serious reservations about the verdict while the former prime minister also led a rally from Islamabad to Lahore via GT road to gather public support in his favour against the Panama verdict.

In the plea, he claimed Kalsoom Nawaz did present her iqama (Work permit) in the nomination papers but she has not mentioned the details of contract agreement about it.

One of the petitions said that the two judges, Asif Saeed Khosa and Gulzar Ahmed, were not eligible to take part in making the final verdict, as well as had no right to rule on Sharif's disqualification, the Dunya News media outlet reported.

This story is developing and will be updated accordingly.