One bad decision destroys reputation of justice: Maryam

In a clear reference to the ongoing cases against the Sharif family, Maryam Nawaz Sharif the daughter of the ousted prime minister Nawaz Sharif said that one bad decision destroys the whole reputation of justice.
Maryam took to Twitter late on Thursday and shared in a series of tweets revealing how Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina came down heavily on her country’s chief justice for comparing her country with Pakistan.By giving reference of Sheikh Hasina who slammed her country’s chief justice for comparing Bangladesh with Pakistan, Maryam raised several eyebrows.
Sheikh Hasina recently slammed Surendra Kumar Sinha for comparing Bangladesh with Pakistan and accused him of “humiliating” the country.Bilateral relations between Pakistan and Bangladesh have been full of ups and downs. Without any incitement from Pakistan, Bangladeshi leadership has many a time opted to worsen the ties with it. Dhaka, particularly, has been unhappy with Islamabad since the unfortunate events of the 1971 war following which Bangladesh was separated from Pakistan. While Hasina’s party Bangladesh Awami League has been repeatedly criticising Islamabad for instigating militancy and terrorism in the country.
Sinha, the first Hindu apex court chief justice in Bangladesh had said that the judiciary has been very patient and referred to the removal of Nawaz Sharif by the top court of Pakistan.
“We are being very, very patient. The Supreme Court of Pakistan removed the prime minister. Was there any criticism over it? No,” Sinha told an open court hearing.
In a landmark verdict, the apex court’s five-judge larger bench had unanimously disqualified Nawaz Sharif in July this year due to his failure to disclose his ‘un-withdrawn receivables, constituting assets’ in his nomination papers filed ahead of the 2013 general elections.
Commenting on Sinha’s remarks, Hasina said this cannot be accepted that a Pakistani court removed their premier through a verdict and that will be used as a threat in Bangladesh.
“He should have quit… The most humiliating thing is the comparison with Pakistan which is intolerable,” Hasina said, without mentioning Chief Justice Sinha’s name.
Sinha, who also led Bangladesh’s SC to a verdict on judicial oversight in August that went against the government, later tendered his resignation.
According to Maryam, “That’s how you are being looked at by other countries. One bad decision (iqama) destroys the whole reputation of justice!”