By Iram Salim
(Pak Destiny) The Supreme Court today took notice of Jang/Geo group ‘fake stories’ and willfully doing wrong reporting in JIT investigation into Panama Papers case against Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his children.
Taking strict notice of ‘planted stories’ published in Jang/The News to malign the JIT/SC in order to benefit the Sharif family in the Panama case, the SC today issued contempt of court notice to Mir Shakilur Rehman, his brother Mir Javedur Rehman and his reporting team member Ahmed Noorani who is well know in media circles as member of Ansar Abbasi’s ‘vulture’ team that used to hunt its prey on the order of its boss Mir Shakilur Rehman.
In the past it has been witnessed as how MSR unleashed his ‘vultures’ on different known politicians who were Nawaz Sharif’s opponents.
Justice Ijaz Afzal today noted that the Jang group is deliberately doing ‘wrong reporting’ in Panam case. It’s today’s report by Ahmad Norani claiming that “JIT has absolved Nawaz Sharif of charges” is not only false but also malicious.
The judge even said how a Jang reporter could dare to call a SC judge to take his version for his malicious report to be published in Jang and The News.
The SC has virtually slapped on the faces of MSR and his patrons, vultures and touts today. The SC also sought details of advertisements given to the media groups in recent years. “Jang/Geo media is reportedly got advertisements of billions of rupees from the Nawaz government in order to oblige him.”
The Jang media group may not get away this time for maligning the SC. Nawaz Sharif’s fate may also not be different from its ‘bought media outlet”.
On the other hand, Ansar Abaasi whose role in the saga is not less than a ‘media vulture’ what many describe him in the media has cruelly sacrificed his younger member of its fake reporting team’ – Ahmed Noorani. Abbasi was badly pampered by former chief justice Iftikhar Chaudhry.
Poor Noorani must be cursing MSR and Ansar Abaasi for using him like a tissue paper and throwing him in a dustbin. – PAK DESTINY