Awan to face Supreme Court, May 25

Express May 14, 2010

CHANGA MANGA: Federal Law Minister Babar Awan said that he will appear before the Supreme Court (SC) as a representative of the government on May 25.

Awan was summoned by a five member bench of the Supreme Court in connection with non-implemenation of the NRO verdict case.

The bench, headed by Justice Nasirul Mulk, adjourned the hearing of the case till May 25.

Earlier, the interior secretary and the NAB chairman also appeared in the court with their record as directed by the bench.

Addressing members of the Punjab Bar Council in Changa Manga, Awan said that he is not afraid to appear before the court.


KM | 12 years ago | Reply Only if these people understand, that they have been elected to serve the nation and NOT rule it. BUT, heck they wouldnt as they know that the masses are illiterate, and sell cheaply enough to assail their doings. This nation has been bulldozed by its own citizens, and hence such people have been given power who are bulldozing the masses even further.
Sultan Ahmed | 12 years ago | Reply Trial was going on, but requested for close down, under national reconciliation ordinance. Swiss court granted request close the case under trial against Zardari president of Pakistan, now is being said reopen it, the request has been turn down. close,open, close open, Swiss court is not bound of Pakistani law which is subject of complications.
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