ISLAMABAD: A death-row inmate has approached the Islamabad Excessive Courtroom (IHC) in search of directives for the federal government to make sure correct remedy of his poor eyesight, ARY Information reported.
The convict, Khadim Hussain, who’s incarcerated at Adiala Jail, wrote a letter to IHC Chief Justice Athar Minallah who transformed it right into a constitutional petition and sought reply on this regard from the authorities involved.
Justice Minallah noticed that this can be a human rights situation and added he’ll situation an in depth verdict within the case.
He expressed displeasure over the federal government for failing to submit its response to the petition.
A authorities lawyer, nevertheless, sought three days’ time to submit feedback on behalf of the federal government.
The inmate in his letter complained about alleged neglect of the manager authorities, which he stated, has precipitated injury to his eyesight. He stated he was orphan and doesn’t have monetary sources for redressal of his grievance.
It’s noteworthy that the Lahore Excessive Courtroom had final week let former premier Nawaz Sharif fly overseas for 4 weeks for medical remedy with out furnishing an indemnity bond as demanded by the federal authorities.
The 2-member bench, headed by Justice Ali Baqir Najafi, ordered the federal authorities to take away the identify of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) supreme chief from the ECL with out setting any circumstances.
The bench, which was listening to the plea filed by PML-N in search of unconditional removing of Nawaz Sharif’s identify from ECL, additionally maintained that the previous prime minister can initially keep overseas for 4 weeks, however the length is extendable on the premise of his medical reviews.