After waiting for a very long time, Pakistanis will finally learn the Supreme Court’s verdict regarding the Panama Case that involves the political elite mainly the sons and daughter of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.
The political scene has been intense after the report by JIT (Joint Investigation team) went public that presented a very doubtful picture of the accused and their claims.
Nonetheless, while we have got various political analysts and legal experts who are sharing their views and opinions on the broadcast media regarding Panama Verdict, the loyal users of Twitter are a sharing their share of predictions and trolls on one of the most popular social media platforms
Some people are hopeful about Pakistan’s future
Today is the last dark day for Pakistan tomorrow’s sun will rise with a new hope, we’ll move in a new direction, prosperous??#PanamaVerdict
— Dua-e-Zahra (@Dua_Shaykh) July 27, 2017
— Mohammad Ameer Hamza (@ImAmeerHamza) July 27, 2017
Tomorrow is a tough day for Pakistan #PanamaVerdict
Either corruption will win or nation will win.
— Dr Muhammad Usman (@HiddenT_ruth) July 27, 2017
I hope we all wakeup tomorrow with the decision that becomes stories for our grand kids. #PanamaVerdict
— Rabiya Imran ✌ (@rabiyaimranumer) July 27, 2017
Some just want it all to end
Iam the only one who is not interested in what court decision will be..
“Bharr main jao sub politicans”
— Ana? (@hafssays) July 27, 2017
The folks who are celebrating a tad bit early
Congratulations to those millions of men & women who have rejected lies, cheats, fabricated documents, Qatari letters, Iqamas & Beta Calibri
— Moeed Pirzada (@MoeedNj) July 27, 2017
Others cannot take the suspense
Feeling Nervous about #PanamaVerdict it can go either way.
— Ababeel (@KUariann) July 27, 2017
Conspiracy Theory Much!
5 member bench, whose 2 membrs nvr saw JIT report, would now give final verdict even though 2 members hv already given their final judgment?
— Syed Talat Hussain (@TalatHussain12) July 27, 2017
Clarity has not been this group’s forte,
at least not yet… https://t.co/nRnDs3eyvK
— cyril almeida (@cyalm) July 27, 2017