Analysts said Now NAB will look more active against Imran,

During a discussion on Geo News, analysts expressed their opinions on the implications of the recent revival of the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) laws in Pakistan. They pointed out that non-political forces are expected to become stronger after the revival of these laws. The analysts suggest that now figures like Asif Zardari, Nawaz Sharif, and Imran Khan could potentially face similar accountability measures. They also emphasized the role of NAB in shaping and breaking political alliances.

The ongoing cases, particularly those involving Imran Khan, are expected to see increased activity on NAB’s part. The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party members are likely to face repercussions as they actively pushed for the revival of NAB laws. This could lead to significant political consequences for PTI.

In their special analysis, senior analysts and legal experts, including Hameed Mir, Ansar Abbasi, Shahzad Iqbal, and legal expert Jahangir Khan Jadoon, shared their perspectives. Hameed Mir noted that Chief Justice Omar Ata Bandial’s decision was anticipated, as many people had speculated on the outcome. The decision was expected as it came from a three-member bench where the political leanings of the two judges were well-known. Omar Ata Bandial and Justice Faez Isa had opposing views on many political matters, which made this decision highly contentious.

Furthermore, it’s worth noting that this decision is subject to appeal, and any dissatisfied party can explore legal avenues to challenge it.

the revival of NAB laws in Pakistan has stirred discussions and debates among analysts. They anticipate that the decision could lead to significant shifts in the political landscape, with non-political forces gaining strength. The decision has also raised questions about the judicial process, especially given the contrasting views of the judges involved. As Pakistan navigates through these developments, it remains to be seen how the political and legal landscapes will evolve in the coming days.