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Loan write-off case: CJP directs to return looted money or get ready for consequences

ISLAMABAD: The Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Mian Saqib Nisar on Tuesday directed those who had their loans written-off through influence, to return all looted money.

According to details, CJP heard the case pertaining to write-off loan in Supreme Court (SC) today.

CJP said due to these write-off loans, each citizen of Pakistan is debtor of Rs 1,17000.

Mian Saqib Nisar asserted he is ready to put his all efforts to help citizens and that all judges should return their loans.

He said nation’s money should be returned otherwise accountability would be held.

Earlier, CJP had promissed to take back from those who had loans written off.

The CJP had asked for details of all those who took loans from government banks and had them written-off. He also asked for details of national and international bank accounts of all those Pakistanis.

The CJP had asked Governor State Bank of Pakistan if there is a way to bring back all the money. Governor SBP informed the court that there is no such clause in TORs.

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