Women’s protection act: Govt to appeal Shariat Court verdict

Zardari says PPP had supported the act during Musharraf's regime as he had taken this leaf from the manifesto of PPP.

December 28, 2010

LARKANA: President Asif Ali Zardari said on Monday that the government will appeal against Shariat Court verdict in connection with safeguarding the rights of women. In his Naudero speech, the president referred to the Women Protection Act and said that during the dictatorial regime of General (retd) Pervez Musharraf, the PPP supported this legislation since the dictator had taken this leaf from the manifesto of PPP.

He said “we paid a heavy price politically for this”. He said the government will appeal against the verdict of Federal Shariat Court in this regard to safeguard the rights of women and our team of lawyers is working on the draft of the appeal.

Published in The Express Tribune, December 28th, 2010.


Alam Khan Masud | 11 years ago | Reply Shariat Court is "Zia's Legacy". It is a parallel judicial system and should be scrapped.
Hyder Abbas | 11 years ago | Reply Ofcourse. Gen. Musharraf had taken every good things from PPP and they are left with nothing to do now.! Good, i mean.!
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