Verdict on PCO judges tomorrow

Express April 29, 2010

ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court has reserved its verdict on the maintainability of the PCO judges' appeals.

The PCO judges' lawyer Dr. Abdul Basit told the court that unless a decision on the intra court appeals of the PCO judges is announced, action will remain suspended. Basit said if action is being taken against PCO judges under the 2003 law, then this law has been repealed in the 18th amendment.

A five member bench headed by justice Nasir ul Mulk is hearing the appeals of PCO judges.

A verdict will be announced on Friday.


Fasih Ali Khan | 13 years ago | Reply Brother Shahzad Khan ... What can we say? ''Independent Judiciary'' :( Can expect any thing from them.
Fakhar | 13 years ago | Reply All PCO Judges including CJ Iftikhar Chaudhry should resign that country can move forward as this Judicial Martial Law is hampering and undermining democracy.
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