ISLAMABAD    -    Minister for Information and Broadcasting Marriyum Au­rangzeb on Wednesday said “justice must be seen to be done” in the contempt of court case being heard by the Islam­abad High Court against for­mer prime minister Imran Khan. “The region’s most popu­lar leader and three-time prime minister (Nawaz Sharif) was barred from heading the par­ty after his lifetime disqualifi­cation on account of not receiv­ing salary from his son with the help of Black’s Law Dictionary, and sent to jail along with his daughter, “ she said in a series of tweets. If justice were to be done on the “basis of popular­ity” then why it was ignored in the case of Nawaz Sharif, the minister questioned. “ If Im­ran Khan has been given sev­en days time (to submit his re­ply in the contempt case) then Daniyal Aziz, Talal Chaudhry and Nihal Hashmi should also have been given such conces­sion,” she said, adding “if to­day’s decision is right then the past verdicts ( in the contempt of court cases) should also be corrected, and if those (the past ones) were correct then the justice should be seen to be done in the instant case.”