ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Peoples Party leaders lashed out at the ruling party after the Supreme Court reserved its verdict on the Panama case on Friday.
Veteran PPP leader Sherry Rehman, in a statement to the media after the special implementation bench of the Supreme Court reserved its decision in the Panama Papers case, said the premier should come out in the open about his references to 'elements pulling the strings of the country.'
"PPP bowed its head to the court's decision," Rehman said adding the ruling party's obstinacy had reached new heights.
Former governor of Punjab and PPP leader Latif Khosa added that the PPP played a significant part in strengthening democracy and it will protect the Supreme Court.
"We attended the hearing because we [PPP] are also responsible for writing the constitution," Khosa declared.