Petition filed in LHC towards JUI-F sit-in in Islamabad

LAHORE: A petition has been filed within the Lahore Excessive Courtroom (LHC) towards the upcoming sit-in and protests in Islamabad introduced by Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam Fazl (JUI-F) chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman, ARY Information reported on Thursday.

The petition was submitted by Advocate Nadeem Sarwar within the excessive court docket, stating that Maulana Fazlur Rehman is keen to lodge sit-in within the federal capital to void the method of seminaries’ reformations.

It’s acknowledged {that a} authorities couldn’t be ended earlier than finishing its tenure of 5 years in accordance with the Structure of Pakistan. The petition additionally acknowledged that armed teams have been created by the JUI-F supremo within the identify of safety of the protests.

The petitioner sought the excessive court docket to order the authorities to cease Maulana Fazl from organising the sit-ins.

Earlier on Wednesday, the Islamabad Excessive Courtroom (IHC) had given its remark that peaceable residents couldn’t be disadvantaged of their proper to protest, however the state might restrain an individual from exercising this proper on the grounds of nationwide safety.

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The remark was given over a petition which additionally sought the court docket to challenge orders to the authorities for stopping the JUI-F protestors confirmed willingness to lockdown the federal capital on October 27.

The IHC in its four-page written verdict on the pleas filed towards Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam’s Azadi March, mentioned the structure ensures proper of freedom of expression to its residents.

The Islamabad Excessive Courtroom mentioned holding peaceable protest was a constitutional proper and that protesters should not violate the rights of different residents.

It added that the organisers and contributors of the protest had the duty to stay peaceable, unarmed, and to adjust to the legislation.

Disposing of the petitions, the court docket noticed that it was the State’s accountability to make sure the rights of all residents.

The IHC had beforehand ordered the capital administration to earmark a spot for holding of protests in Islamabad in order that netizens received’t should face any type of hardship.

On Oct. 3, JUI-F chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman introduced that the “Azadi March” will start on October 27 after staging protest demonstration to specific solidarity with the folks of Indian-occupied Kashmir.




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