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Murder case petition against PM dismissed

Additional district and session judge Munir Ahmad on Friday dismissed a petition filed by Azhar Siddique seeking registration of a murder case against Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani, Railways Minister Ghulam Ahmad Bilor, the railways secretary and the railways GM under Section 300 of the Pakistan Penal Code, for the death of railway pensioner Mahmood Khan during a protest against the delay in issuance of pensions.
On Friday Mughal Pura SHO submitted parawise comments that Mahmood Khan’s offspring, Khalid Mahmood and Tariq Mahmood had filed an application submitting that they did not want to proceed against any person over the death of their father, as he had died a natural death. The court dismissed the petition on the basis of the SHO’s report.
SC DISMISSES REVIEW PLEA AGAINST BAIL TO MALIK ISHAQ: A two-member bench of the Supreme Court (SC) on Friday dismissed a review application seeking cancellation of bail to Malik Muhammad Ishaq, leader of a banned outfit, in the Sri Lankan team attack case. The division bench comprising Justice Tassaduq Hussain Jillani and Justice Asif Saeed Khan Khosa heard the matter at Lahore Registry of the apex court.
PPSC ISSUED NOTICE AGAINST
WRITTEN TEST OF BLIND
CANDIDATES: The Lahore High Court (LHC) on Friday issued notice for November 24 to the Punjab Public Service Commission (PPSC) and the Punjab special education secretary against the written test for visually impaired people for appointment to the post of Junior Special Education Teachers of pay scale 16. Justice Azmat Saeed issued notice on a petition filed by Naveed Anjum, Amir Ashraf and seven other visually impaired persons, through their counsel Muhammad Aftab, pleading issuance of directions to the PPSC to make the appointments only on the basis of interviews, as per previous practice.
BOP SCAM MASTERMIND SHIFTED FROM GAOL TO HOSPITAL: An accountability court on Friday ordered Muhammad Afzal, owner of Haris Steel Mills, involved in the Bank of Punjab (BOP) scam to be shifted from prison to Sheikh Zayed Hospital for medical treatment.The court ordered on an application filed by the accused submitting that due to his failing health a board of senior doctors had recommended proper treatment in a hospital instead of the gaol medical unit. The court on Friday accepted the application and ordered Kot Lakhpat jail authorities to shift the accused from gaol to Sheikh Zayed Hospital for treatment. The court also directed gaol authorities to submit a report in this regard byNovember 25.
OKARA DPO DIRECTED TO PRODUCE ‘KIDNAPPED’ GIRL: LHC Justice Mazhar Iqbal Sidhu on Friday directed the Okara District Police Officer to produce a 24-year-old girl, Maryam, who had to a traffic warden three years ago. The judge also directed Okara Police to produce in court on Monday all the relatives who kept the girl captive. The petitioner’s counsel, Asghar Gill, alleged that the girl’s brother Usman Lashari, her sister Amna Lashari and her brother-in-law, Hassan Farooq Watto, had tortured the girl and forced the girl to demand divorce from her husband. Traffic Warden Humayou Shahzad filed his petition to recover his wife from her parents. He informed the LHC that his wife was in grave danger in her parents’ custody and he had had no contact with her for four days. He claimed that they had both received life threats.



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  1. abdul aziz said:

    what to comment for laws and their duties in Pakistan..Ministers are ministers and court is court….because the nation swore on Quraan that they should obey courts orders

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