The Supreme Court of Justice Begins Hearings

Judge Qazi Faez Isa, who is in charge of the presidency before the Supreme Court of Justice (SJC), begins hearings from the state on September 11, the day the Supreme Court begins a new judicial year in 2019-20-20. Judge Isa will lead the three Supreme Court benches, while Judge Maqbool Baqar and Judge Ijaz-ul-Ahsan. Shortly after SJC began a lawsuit against Justice Isa for the possession of three properties in England in the name of his wife and children.

The judge decided not to sit on the bench

But when the Supreme Court begins a new judicial year next week after three months of vacation, four benches will begin to hear a number of events in the main seat of Islamabad. The concept of the new judicial year was developed by former Chief Justif Iftikhar Mohammad Chaudhry. He introduced the opening ceremony where the Supreme Court explains the year's priorities. The first bench, the start of a new judicial year, will be led by the Chief Justice. The other members will be Justice Faisal Arab and Justice Mazhar Alam Khan Miankhel.

Bench-II consists of Jul Gulzar Ahmed and Judge Munib Akhtar, Bench-III consists of Judge Mushir Alam and Jazi Mohammad Amin Ahmed, and Isa consists of Bench-IV Judge. Judge Faez Isa stopped the hearing as soon as the Chief Justice heard the president's comment. Later, a second non-public reference to the judge on delivering three letters to President Arif Alvi was also submitted.

The SJC already rejected the second reference to the Court of Justice, but the presidential reference is still pending. A show cause notice was also issued to the judge. On 7 August, Judge Isa dismissed the petition before the Supreme Court pursuant to Article 184 (3) of the Constitution and was moved by “a deputy with unbelief to achieve ancillary purposes.

Interior Senate Standing Committee

On Saturday, the chairman of the Interior Senate Standing Committee, Lech Malik, sought a report dealing with offenses with Asepa Bhutto-zadari and dealing with officials elected by security personnel and other staff and preventing her ailing father-ex-President Asif Ali Zardari. Although licensed by the court, Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS), Islamabad. Malik requested an internal secretary to submit a report on the incident throughout the week at the next committee meeting, instructing the chief officer and supervisor of the IG (prison) of Punjab and the executive director of Islamabad police officers of PIMS. Identify accidents and people involved in the accident.

According to the PPP, events of political disposition, dictatorship tendencies. According to this notice, the chairman of the committee, according to the prison manual, is accused after the family room has been approved by the court as the ward of the hospital where the detention facility in which the trial is held is held during private legal summons. He said it was against the prison manuals to keep the family from seeing the suspect despite permission from the court.

Senator Malik said it was inhumane to prevent her daughter from seeing her sick father despite being ordered. He said that despite the court's court order, he was falling into a vendetta against former President Zardari, apparently in a harsh attitude toward his daughter, who physically curbed her visit to his father in hospital. It also appeared that the violation of the court order sought the contempt of the court.

Meanwhile, Senator Sherry Rehman

PPP National Assembly Chairman, demanded that Mr. Zardari be transferred from prison to the hospital immediately. She regretted Zarari's wheelchair and being imprisoned. She said the former president's coronary artery was blocked and his recent medical report was not yet available to his family. She explained that the National Accountability Bureau itself is critical of the health of Zardar. Leman said the former president was denied basic facilities to harass him. But she added that the government's attitude toward President Zardari and the PPP could not defeat party fraud.

PPP Secretary-General Syed Nayyar Hussain Bukhari says Pakistan suffers from the worst dictatorship because Pakistan's Tehrik government is horribly sacrificing political opponents. He stated that abuse with Aseefa Bhutto-Zardari was evidence of the government's moral corruption. Despite a court order under certain laws, the daughter was not allowed to see her father, and he asked that this was an infringement of human rights. Mr. Bukkari said, This is always a weapon of dictatorship.

He concluded that the "chosen" government was sacrificing political opponents and their attitudes stem from a dictatorship. Meanwhile, Asif Zardari's sister Faryal Talpur met with family and lawyers. After the meeting, spokesman Jia Ul Hussein Lanzar said Mrs. Talpur was not offered a B-class in prison under a court order and medical facilities were also refused.

Because of Rawalpindi's recent heat wave, Farari said he suffered from Ms skin allergies and developed cataracts in her eyes along with previous heart problems.
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