'No more PCO judges'

Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry said the court will take action against anyone who takes oath under the PCO.

Express August 25, 2010

Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry said no judge will take oath under the PCO in the future.

The chief justice made these remarks during the hearing of the 18th amendment case in the capital on Wednesday. He said the court will take action under Article 209 of the constitution against the individual who will take oath under the PCO.

Justice Khalilur Rehman Ramday remarked that the American model cannot be followed for the appointment of judges in the country.


hakeem | 10 years ago | Reply @Patriot, sir, in my opinion problem is neither with judiciary nor with politicians its infact something wrong with ourselves we make them heros of God's stature thn they become creatures out of this world...if we learn using ballot honestly flood of prosperity is bound to come our way, and a true representative parliament is ultimate success.
Patriot | 10 years ago | Reply "Rivers of milk will flow in Pakistan after the restoration of democracy" Aitezaaz Ahsan.... i am sure the floods in Pakistan have come in an effort by the thugs in black coats to discover the source in northern areas. Free judiciary is the biggest lie spoken to the people of pakistan. What difference has it brought in the life of ordinary individual. Even a petty issue like the removal of tankers from Shireen Jinnah colony is a constant reminder how weak this supposedly strongest judiciary ever is. No one mentioning of the detailed investigation of Arsalan Iftikhar case here??
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