ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court docket has dominated that the international employment of former military chief Basic (R) Raheel Sharif shall stop with fast impact if he isn’t granted a no-objection certificates by the federal cupboard inside one month.
In accordance with the detailed judgement issued by the apex court docket in twin nationality case on Saturday, the Supreme Court docket mentioned that in accordance with the regulation laid down by the court docket, solely federal cupboard can grant permission to an ex-government servant to hunt or take up employment as an officer or servant of a international authorities.
“With respect to Basic (R) Raheel Sharif, paperwork had been filed exhibiting No Objection Certificates (NOC) from the Basic Headquarters (GHQ) and the Ministry of Defence, however in accordance with Part three of the Act of 1966, it’s the truth is the Federal Authorities (or an individual or authority approved by it on this behalf) which may grant permission to an ex-Authorities servant to hunt or take up employment as an officer or servant of a international authorities or a international company; and in accordance with the regulation laid down by this Court docket within the judgment reported as Messrs Mustafa Impex, Karachi and others Vs. The Authorities of Pakistan by way of Secretary Finance, Islamabad and others (PLD 2016 SC 808) the Federal Authorities means the Cupboard and the mentioned judgment was within the area when the NOCs had been granted.”
“Vide order dated 07.08.2018, the discovered Legal professional Basic for Pakistan and the Further Secretary, Ministry of Protection had been granted time to look into the matter and apply to the Federal Authorities for an ex-post facto NOC/permission.”
”Let the Secretary, Ministry of Protection file a report on this regard inside one month from the issuance of this judgment and in case the requisite NOC is just not granted by the Federal Authorities inside such time, the international employment of Basic (R) Raheel Sharif shall stop with fast impact.”