Defence Minister Khawaja Asif said that the government will accept the Supreme Court’s verdict on Panama Leaks case.

Speaking to Geo News, the Pakistan Muslim League- Nawaz stalwart said “the Panama case decision is expected soon. The judiciary is independent; the government will accept its decision wholeheartedly. It is now the time for a verdict. We will see if the Imran Khan`s provided material is taken into admission by the court.”

The Defence Minister said that no one can restrict Imran Khan from dreaming of becoming Prime Minister one day, further adding that the Chairperson Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf visited Gen (retd) Pervaiz Musharraf to pursue this dream but it did not materialise.

“He still wants to attain power through many avenues but people are not giving him any attention,” he said.

Asif also reiterated that the government will put an end to the power crisis in the year 2018.

“The water shortage resulted in power crisis but the situation is better now. We will ensure that there is no unannounced load shedding during Ramazan – we want people to have relief during Iftar and Sehar.”

On the Syrian crisis, he said that Pakistan has never supported dictatorship in Iraq and Syria, however, no country has the right to change governments in other sovereign states. The Muslim states must resolve these issues through consultation.