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Ex-CJ GB claims in signed affidavit: ‘Saqib Nisar directed not to release Nawaz, Maryam before 2018 elections’

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This guy is fake and paid by Patwaris
This is the son and lawyer of Ex CJ GB

When asked about the case by anchor person
He is telling people on national tv that his father doesn't allow him to play snooker without his permission (a 40 y/o man-child this guy is) so how can he give him (his lawyer and son) details of his case? (explaining the kinda relationship they have with each other)

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this exchange is hilarious haha
 

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This guy is fake and paid by Patwaris
This is the son and lawyer of Ex CJ GB

When asked about the case by anchor person
He is telling people on national tv that his father doesn't allow him to play snooker without his permission (a 40 y/o man-child this guy is) so how can he give him (his lawyer and son) details of his case? (explaining the kinda relationship they have with each other)

@Zibago , @ziaulislam ,@Path-Finder

this exchange is hilarious haha
 

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This noon league bubble gum story really blew up on thier face…

good job this co called judges son spill the
Beans
 
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This guy is fake and paid by Patwaris
This is the son and lawyer of Ex CJ GB

When asked about the case by anchor person
He is telling people on national tv that his father doesn't allow him to play snooker without his permission (a 40 y/o man-child this guy is) so how can he give him (his lawyer and son) details of his case? (explaining the kinda relationship they have with each other)

@Zibago , @ziaulislam ,@Path-Finder

this exchange is hilarious haha
Such cartoons have influence over us
 

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'No one dares interfere with my work': CJP Gulzar rubbishes allegation of judiciary being under pressure

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Chief Justice of Pakistan Gulzar Ahmed addresses the Asma Jahangir Conference in Lahore on Saturday. — DawnNewsTV


Chief Justice of Pakistan Gulzar Ahmed addresses the Asma Jahangir Conference in Lahore on Saturday. — Dawn

Chief Justice of Pakistan Gulzar Ahmed on Saturday vehemently denied that the judiciary was being influenced by or taking dictation from other institutions as he maintained that the courts in the country were free to conduct their business.

The chief justice was responding to comments made by former president of the Supreme Court Bar Association, Ali Ahmad Kurd, earlier during the Asma Jahangir Conference in Lahore.

While commenting on the topic of the conference — "Role of Judiciary in Protecting Human Rights and Strengthening Democracy" — Kurd had directed a barrage of criticism towards the judiciary.

"One general is dominating a country of 220 million people. This same general has sent the judiciary down to number 126 [in rankings]," he said, possibly referring to World Justice Project's Rule of Law Index 2021, on which Pakistan ranks 126th in the category of fundamental rights.


Former president of the Supreme Court Bar Association, Ali Ahmad Kurd addresses the Asma Jahangir Conference in Lahore on Saturday. — DawnNewsTV


Former president of the Supreme Court Bar Association, Ali Ahmad Kurd addresses the Asma Jahangir Conference in Lahore on Saturday.

Kurd, in his speech, said that there was a "clear and observable division" within the judiciary, adding that the country's "intellectual class was finished" and "because there is no intellectual class, people of small stature are sitting at the top."

In his response to Kurd later in the conference, CJP Gulzar said he "absolutely did not agree" with the assessment made by the senior lawyer. He rubbished the allegation that "our courts are not free" and that "we are working under someone's pressure or of the institutions."
"At least I do not recall any such instance," he said.

"I have not taken pressure of any institution or listened to any institution. No one tells me or guides me on how to write my verdict. I have never made any decision that I did so on someone else's saying, nor has anyone had the courage to say anything to me."

CJP Gulzar reiterated that no one interfered with his work and that he ruled on his cases according to "my understanding and conscience", adding that "I have never listened, seen, understood or felt anyone's dictation to me," he added.

"My court gives justice to the people. Come to the court Ali Ahmad Kurd and see what is happening. Read the court's decision and see what is happening. My judges write judgements every day [...] see how our court is working with freedom and following the law and implementing the Constitution."

The chief justice said it was wrong to give "such generalised statements without quoting any [specific] instance", adding that even if a mistake is made, "it is [eventually] corrected."

Justice Gulzar said the courts were free to decide whatever they wanted to do and did so routinely. "Tell me which case was decided on whose dictation till today," he said as he advised Kurd to "not tell wrong things to people, create discord and lift the people's trust from the institutions."

'Judicial organ of the state mustn't bury head in the sand'

Meanwhile, Islamabad High Court Chief Justice Athar Minallah acknowledged some of Kurd's criticism during his speech prior to CJP's.

Justice Minallah expressed his gratitude towards Kurd because "it is very important for us to know what the bar and what the people think about us."


Islamabad High Court Chief Justice Athar Minallah addresses the Asma Jahangir Conference in Lahore on Saturday. — DawnNewsTV

Islamabad High Court Chief Justice Athar Minallah addresses the Asma Jahangir Conference in Lahore on Saturday. — DawnNewsTV

"Let me assure Mr Ali Ahmad Kurd that no judge who is independent can ever make an excuse that he can be pressurised or influenced. Any such excuse ... I'm afraid ... is a violation of the oath," he said.

The IHC chief justice said judgements in cases such as the Mohtarma Nusrat Bhutto case and the Zafar Ali Shah case were part of history and could not be erased. "These judgements were responsible for the making and enabling of those that have been referred to by Mr Ali Ahmad Kurd," Justice Minallah noted.

Justice Minallah said the judicial organ could not afford to "bury its head in the sand and ignore its mistakes".
 

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Former CJP Saqib Nisar terms leaked audio clip 'fabricated'

His reaction comes after a Pakistani journalist claimed ex-top judge ordered to sentence former PM Nawaz Sharif


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Former chief justice of Pakistan Saqib Nisar. PHOTO: FILE
KARACHI: Former chief justice of Pakistan (CJP) Saqib Nisar has termed an alleged leaked audio clip of his conversation with an unidentified person, in which he purportedly passed instructions to sentence former prime minister Nawaz Sharif, as “fabricated” and contrary to facts.

His reaction comes after a Pakistani journalist claimed in a story published in a little known website that Nisar, as the top judge of the country, had instructed his sub-ordinates to sentence the former premier and his daughter Maryam at the behest of “institutions” in 2018.

Journalist Ahmed Noorani also shared the audio clip claiming that the former CJP had directed to send Nawaz and Maryam to jail “as institutions wanted to bring [Prime Minister] Imran Khan into power”.

"I have just listened to this audio, this audio is fake which has been attributed to me," said Justice (retd) Nisar in response to the clip.

“Let me be a little blunt about it; unfortunately, here it is the ‘institutions’ which dictate judgments. In this case, we will have to penalise Mian Sahib [Nawaz Sharif,” the former CJP can be heard saying in the dubious leaked conversation.

“And ‘they’ say ‘we shall bring Khan Sahib’. Regardless of the merit, we will have to do it, and even to his daughter [Maryam],” the judge added.

Responding to Nisar as per the clip, the other person whose identify has not been revealed in the story said, “But, in my view, his daughter doesn’t merit a sentence”.

“You are absolutely correct. I did talk to ‘friends’ that something be done about this but they did not agree. There will be no independence of the judiciary, so let it be,” Nisar purportedly responded.
 

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