Hajj scam: SC issues notices to respondents in Kazmi's bail request

Earlier his bail application was rejected by the Islamabad High Court.

Express June 30, 2011

The Supreme Court on Thursday issued notices to respondents in the bail application filed by the former Minister for Religious Affairs Hamid Saeed Kazmi.

A two member bench comprising of Justice Nasirul Mulk and Justice Jawad S Khwaja heard the case and adjourned the hearings while issuing notices to the respondents.

Earlier his bail application was rejected by the Islamabad High Court.

The former religious affairs minister faces charges of corruption in the Hajj arrangements and the trial is currently underway.

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FlyHajj Team | 8 years ago | Reply | Recommend

It is indeed regrettable and let us hope that truth will come out soon and affected people will be compensated. Lets not forget that Hajj scams happen everywhere in the world just on a different scale. People embarking on Hajj from western countries are also stranded for days on airports or left on their own without any accommodation. The transparency in Hajj process is of utmost importance. FlyHajj.com has been a step towards this but only the community together with help of authorities can ensure to prevent such scams.

muhammad nasrullah sial | 9 years ago | Reply | Recommend @ mr farhan, ghafoor and hanif, people like you has destroy the image of Islam you people don,t have any concern with Islam you just want secularism where you can legalize your sins . i just want to say that still kazmi is behind the bar and till their is no any evidence has obtained by investigation agencies which prove himself as a guilty. he is behind the bar just because of his piousness and nobleness. now the judiciary is free and let them do their work. i just want to say about you people that"kuttay bhonkty rahengy mager karwaan chalty rahen ge".
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