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Imran to attend NA session today

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan will attend the ongoing National Assembly session on Friday and present his party's stance on the landmark Supreme Court's verdict in the Panama Papers case.
The move came hours after the Supreme Court ruled that PM Sharif be investigated for owning offshore property.
The five-bench Supreme Court asked the government to set up a joint investigation team (JIT) within 60 days "A great judgement from the Supreme Court which has completely rejected Nawaz Sharif's entire story," Khan said. "The Prime Minister Sharif should resign immediately as he has lost all moral authority." The PTI chief also congratulated his workers for the verdict. "Want to congratulate the nation on this SC judgement, esp PTI workers who stood steadfast with me throughout. Celebrate your success today," he tweeted. - NNI