Supreme court video leak case Islamabad:
justice leader of Pakistan (cjp) and justice of sahund khosa while listening to some of the petitions in search of an investigation into the video leakage controversy that resulted in the elimination of liability, the Judge Arshad Malik has pointed out that the court now does not take suo-moto notes in everyone’s lawsuits, they declared news on Tuesday.
“The court does not receive instructions from everyone,” commented the CJP.
A bank of three decisions headed by the president of the Pakistan court (cjp), such as Saeed Khosa, is listening to the petitions. Supreme court video leak case Other participants of the bank include the justice sheikh azmat saeed and justice umar ata bandial.
At the beginning of the hearing, lawyer Ishtiaq Mirza said that the leader of the afternoon, Maryam Nawaz, at his press convention on July 6, raised critical accusations about Judge Arshad Malik.
Supreme court video leak case Approve ishtiaq ahmed mirza and two other residents moved separate petitions within the apex court file in search of an investigation into the problem to “bring the matter to light.”
Mirza said the leaked video, it seems, raised questions about the independence of the judiciary.
To this, the CJP commented that the courts no longer take suo-moto notices about the needs. “It has become a way of life to raise accusations in opposition to all bodies without having concrete evidence,” he insisted.
The Malik petitioner had already ignored the accusations addressed to him by means of pml-n vp maryam nawaz, said the petitioner, adding that the accusation of bribing the judicial officer by using the sons of the former high minister to obtain a favorable verdict is serious nature.
He argued that Maryam’s press conference amounts to contempt of the court file, requesting the main court room to reserve the government to take measures to defend the independence of the judiciary.
Supreme court video leak case He decided that arshad malik was removed from his publication on the recommendation of the final week of the Islamabad Supreme Court (IHC) after a problem that revolved in the leaked video tapes that allegedly showed a supporter of pml-n.
Judge Malik, who closed 12 months in December, handed the former high minister nawaz sharif seven years in jail in the case of corruption of al-Azizia’s metal generators.
On July 6, maryam nawaz, addressing a journalist, had claimed that the judge had become coerced into condemning his father in the case.