Senator Aitzaz Ahsan speaks to reporters outside the Supreme Court of Pakistan during the hearing of former prime minister Yousuf Raza Gilani's contempt of court case. – File photo by AFP
Senator Aitzaz Ahsan speaks to reporters outside the Supreme Court. — Photo by AFP

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Peoples Party leader Aitzaz Ahsan said that his party will refuse to budge from its decision not to write a letter to Swiss authorities.

Speaking exclusively to DawnNews he said that if the current situation continued, then at least six prime ministers will be sent home.

Aitzaz Ahsan said that the decision to dismiss a sitting prime minister is an unprecedented act in the 500 year history of Supreme Courts.

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