SC directs Sindh prosecutor general to ensure early disposal of NRO cases

Out of 58 NAB cases, 30 have been disposed of and rest are at the prosecution stage.


Our Correspondent July 28, 2012

ISLAMABAD: The prosecutor general of Sindh has informed Justice Khilji Arif Hussain, Monitoring Judge for NAB cases, that out of 58 NAB cases, 30 have been disposed of and the rest are at the stage of prosecution, a press release issued by the Supreme Court said on Saturday.

The press release states that the objective of the meeting was to assess the situation of restored cases in Sindh.

During the meeting the prosecutor general informed Justice Khilji Arif Hussain that 58 NAB cases and six other cases stood restored in the wake of the apex court judgement of December 16, 2009.

Out of the other six cases, one case was disposed of by the Anti Terrorism Court, while in another case the accused was absconding and the remaining four cases were at various stages of arguments, the prosecutor added.

After the meeting, the monitoring judge directed the prosecutor general to complete prosecution in a “most efficient and professional manner”, and ensure that the cases are decided on merit at the earliest possible time.

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Jibran | 8 years ago | Reply

Is there anyone to monitor the performance of the SC?

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