For months now the entire Pakistani population was caught up in a political madhouse. The Panamagate JIT began to inspect whether the Panama Leaks were right about Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his family’s involvement in corruption. Today the historic verdict was revealed and it turns out that Nawaz Sharif has been disqualified from politics for life and the cases of rest of his family members had been forwarded to NAB.
As always social media is having a field day over the announcement of this verdict. Here are some of the best reactions so far.
Some people took the opportunity to brand Imran Khan as the man of the hour.
— جوگی بابا (@imUSkhan) July 28, 2017
Congratulation to The Whole Nation.
No doubt! All credit for the case goes to Imran khan who fights till last ball.#PanamaVerdict
— Javed Miandad (@ItsJavedMiandad) July 28, 2017
This guy went ahead and made a Game of Thrones reference because of course.
— SIR .. (@SirJohnRoe) July 28, 2017
Some real Photoshop skills were put to use here.
Retweeted Faakhir Rizvi (@FaakhirRizvi):
— عمراسلام معیلو (@MyJammuNKashmir) July 28, 2017
Jinnah, is that really you?
1947 feels. #PanamaVerdict
— JinnahTweets (@jinnah_tweets) July 28, 2017
Does the President even know?
I wonder what President Mamnoon Hussain would be thinking at this moment?! #PanamaVerdict
— Snober Abbasi (@snobers) July 28, 2017
— Rabia (@KuzaGari) July 28, 2017
Move over Loony Tunes.
— Moon K. Siddiqui (@MoonKaleem3) July 28, 2017
Calibri was welcomed back to social media with open arms.
Calibri should be official font of Pakistan. What do you suggest? @MaryamNSharif
— Laraib Mehtab (@Laraibmufc) July 28, 2017
BREAKING: Calibri declared national font of Pakistan ????????
— Umer H (@TheUmerH) July 28, 2017
Lets not forget one of the many heroes that made this possible pic.twitter.com/vIBoczHbqq
— h r (@aerrozeppelin) July 28, 2017
This citizen had a very valid concern.
Wondering who’s going to inaugurate the new Islamabad airport on 14th August? #PanamaVerdict
— Afifa Butt (@afifajabeenbutt) July 28, 2017