Chief Justice Khosa says ‘regulation of the land’ supreme in eyes of judiciary

Chief Justice of Pakistan, Justice Asif Saeed Khosa on Wednesday stated {that a} “silent revolution” has reformed judiciary and at this time the state organ is working freely, ARY Information reported.

Addressing a ceremony in Islamabad, the CJP stated that nobody can query the credibility of the establishment and allegations of “siding with the highly effective” are false and unfounded.

“Solely the regulation of the land is supreme within the eyes of judiciary,” stated the CJP.

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Talking concerning the credibility and non-partisan angle of the courtroom, the Chief Justice stated that the courtroom has disqualified two prime minister’s prior to now, while they have been in energy and now they’re decided to provide a verdict on a pending case towards a former dictator Pervez Musharraf.

Khosa stated the courtroom and judiciary have been solely subservient to the regulation and such courageous strikes are a testomony to that.

“We’ve got achieved exemplary performances inside restricted assets and for that, the judiciary ought to be recommended moderately than be chastised.”

Referring to a current speech by Prime Minister Imran Khan, the CJP stated that the PM mustn’t criticise the judges and the judiciary and may cease giving “controversial statements relating to the establishment.

“The case, the prime minister referred to, I don’t wish to speak upon that, the prime minister himself is the one who allowed the accused to journey overseas, not the courts,” stated Khosa.

طاقتوروں کا طعنہ ہمیں مت دیں

طاقتوروں کا طعنہ ہمیں مت دیں — ایک کیس کا طعنہ وزیراعظم نے ہمیں دیا — اس کیس میں باہر جانے کی اجازت وزیراعظم نے خود دی — اس معاملے کا اصول محترم وزیراعظم نے خود طے کیا ہے — ایک وزیراعظم کو ہم نے نااہل کیا اور سزا دی — وزیراعظم نے جس کیس کا ذکر اس ہم بات نہیں کرنا چاہتے، چیف جسٹس آف پاکستان#ARYNews #CJP

Posted by ARY Information on Wednesday, November 20, 2019

The CJP was of the view that the Lahore Excessive Court docket, in its November 16 resolution in former PM Nawaz Sharif’s ECL case, solely set the modalities and it was the premier who allowed the PML-N chief to go overseas.

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