Pak Supreme Court cancelled the law by which Nawaz Sharif returned home

Pakistan’s Supreme Court has made a significant ruling by striking down amendments made by the previous government to the country’s anti-corruption laws. The decision came in response to a petition filed by former Prime Minister Imran Khan, who challenged the changes made to the laws. As a result of this ruling, approximately 2027 corruption cases will be reopened.
This decision is being seen as a major setback for Nawaz Sharif and Shahbaz Sharif, as it may further delay the return of former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to Pakistan. The bench, led by Chief Justice of Pakistan Omar Ata Bandial, delivered the verdict with a majority of two to one. Justice Ijazul Ahsan supported the decision, while Justice Ali Shah dissented and gave a different opinion.
By striking down the amendments to the anti-corruption laws, the Supreme Court has demonstrated its commitment to upholding transparency and accountability in the country. This ruling paves the way for the reopening of numerous corruption cases, which will likely have far-reaching implications for the political landscape of Pakistan.

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