Hamid Khan distances himself from representing PTI in Panama leaks case

Attorney Hamid Khan on Friday asked the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan to pardon him from representing PTI for litigation of Panama case in ultimate courtroom, DawnNews reported.

Hamid Khan submitted the appliance to the PTI leader pronouncing media marketing campaign towards him made it inconceivable for him to proceed representing PTI in the apex courtroom.

“After media marketing campaign it isn’t imaginable for me to proceed representing PTI in the best courtroom,” learn the appliance submitted via Hamid Khan.

In the meantime, it used to be showed by way of a senior PTI chief that the verdict has been taken to switch the attorney for Panama case.

“Determination in regards to the trade of attorney has been taken however it is going to be introduced on Monday or Tuesday,” stated a PTI chief, who wanted to not be named.

“Hamid Khan has been asked to humbly step down from the placement,” added the PTI chief.

Rumours were circling on media since the day past that PTI has made up our minds to switch its prosecutor for Panama case. Then again, PTI management had previous rejected the hearsay and termed it “false”.

A panel of senior legal professionals together with Hamid Khan and Naeem Bokhari have been representing the PTI in the ultimate courtroom for litigation of Panama Papers case.

The apex courtroom on Tuesday wondered the standard of the proof introduced via the PTI and deplored that their 680-page submission had virtually not anything to do with the Sharif circle of relatives’s London homes.

“We’re at a loss to know which attorney is representing whom,” the pass judgement on noticed, evaluating the PTI’s tome of proof to the unending stories from the Arabian Nights. We spent six hours merely in search of the related record,” Justice Saeed deplored on Tuesday, asking Hamid Khan once more — tongue-in-cheek — whose aspect he used to be on.

The case’s newest listening to hung on November 17 and it used to be adjourned to November 30.

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