SC to hear constitutional petititions

Express April 24, 2010

ISLAMABAD: A five members larger bench has been formed in Supreme Court (SC) for the hearing of the constitutional petitions filed against the 18th amendment.

The hearing will be held on April 28.

Three petitions have been filed in SC against the amendment. Justice Nasir-ul-Malik will chair the judicial bench. The other judges include Justice Raja Fayyaz, Jawad S Khawja, Rahmat Hussain Jaffery and Tariq Perviz.

Rawalpindi district bar, Supreme Court bar association and a citizen Muhammad Nadeem has challenged the eighteenth amendment in Supreme Court requesting the court to order removal of section 175/A of the constitution.


shahzad | 13 years ago | Reply My friend Moonis does not know that even Supreme court can deny hearing these petitions by simply rejecting them via Registrar Office but the lust of Power is also there to entertain each & every petition so that their presence can be felt & give judgments which suit them & ignoring all the principles of Justice & giving biased judgements like the one of 31st July, 2009 where PCO oath (2000) taken by them was good but when some one else took it (2007) then it was declared a Sin.
Moonis Shakeel | 13 years ago | Reply Just Let them do their work why we are putting all the burden on one institution?? let others do their work In my opinion many of the lawyers and politicians are just over reacting, they are taking everything from foreign affairs to executive roles, to the supreme court, we must refrain from it, yes of course judiciary has the right rather duty to interprate the consitution, but let them stand alone upon their feets, let them do their actual role and what some of the lawyers and politicians wants them to play is an exagerated role.
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