The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party has welcomed the Supreme Court’s decision to declare the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) ordinance null and void. PTI sees this decision as a significant victory for justice and the rule of law, emphasizing that it reflects the higher constitutional principles. They express hope that NAB will not be used for political engineering in the future.
In PTI’s view, this decision is a triumph for justice, ensuring that those who have embezzled billions of rupees from the nation will now be held accountable. They believe that corrupt individuals who have looted the country’s wealth should be brought to justice through a proper legal process.
Furthermore, PTI calls for a fresh and impartial investigation into the previously closed NAB cases, believing that this will reveal the true identities and facts about those who used NAB as a tool to settle political scores. They contend that NAB, under previous governments, was misused to target political opponents and to exert political pressure.
The party also alleges that Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) used NAB as a tool to carry out extensive accountability while benefiting from the process. PTI accuses the PML-N of using NAB to conduct thorough investigations and then utilizing the information to accumulate properties abroad.
The Supreme Court’s decision to nullify the NAB ordinance has opened a new chapter in Pakistan’s political landscape. PTI sees this as an opportunity to rectify past injustices and to ensure that accountability is pursued transparently and without political bias. They believe that this decision will help bring to light the truth about those who have misappropriated the nation’s resources.
PTI views the Supreme Court’s decision regarding the NAB ordinance as a significant step towards justice and accountability in Pakistan. They hope that it will prevent the misuse of NAB for political purposes and lead to a fair and transparent process of accountability for those who have engaged in corruption and embezzlement. This development marks a significant shift in Pakistan’s political dynamics and could have far-reaching implications for the country’s future.