It seems to be a sign of doomsday to have an accused and criminalised Prime Minister in Pakistan. Throughout the world, it has been observed that the Prime Ministers, the Presidents, the Ministers and all other government designations who are blamed or held responsible for any fraud or crime against whom any investigation or inquiry have either resigned respectably from their holding designations themselves or have been ordered by the courts to leave the posts they had been assigned.  

But in Pakistan, neither the accused one resigns themselves nor are they asked to do so. Rather it has been seen in Pakistan, the accused PM is holding Cabinet meetings and performing all the usual duties and taking all other official decisions. It is therefore suggested that the Prime Minister of Pakistan may be asked by the Supreme Court of Pakistan to issue orders to restrain him from taking any decisions on national and international affairs till the final decision of the investigation against him has concluded. 


Karachi, November 2.