PPP Senator Saleem Mandviwala has criticized the Supreme Court’s decision to restore corruption cases against public representatives, calling it biased. The court had invalidated some sections of the National Accountability Ordinance that were amended by the previous government. Mandviwala argued that his corruption case had been decided on merit before the amendments and questioned why it was being reopened. He stated that the review of the court’s decision would be heard by a different panel, highlighting a change in leadership at the court. The senator also criticized the inclusion of former bureaucrats Fawad Hasan Fawad and Ahad Cheema in the caretaker federal cabinet, accusing them of being “PML-N in disguise.” He expressed concerns over the interim Sindh government filing cases against PPP leaders and warned that political parties would react if caretaker governments exceeded their mandates. The PPP’s Central Executive Committee had empowered former President Asif Ali Zardari to raise the issue of timely elections and demand the Election Commission of Pakistan to announce the election schedule. This decision came after the party expressed dissatisfaction with the level playing field for political parties.
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