SC rejects Gilani’s review petition against his disqualification


The Supreme Court on Wednesday rejected a review petition by former prime minister Yousaf Raza Gilani against his disqualification from being a member of parliament. The SC raised objections over the petition, saying the petition was incomplete as it had not been filed within specific time and the security challan was also not attached with the petition. Moreover, the SC stated that the petition had been filed personally and sent through the post, however, the review petition could only be filed through the counsel, in this case Aitzaz Ahsan. On June 19, 2012, the Supreme Court declared Yousaf Raza Gilani disqualified from holding a seat in parliament from the date of his conviction on April 26, 2012 by a seven-member bench for contempt of court. The Election Commission of Pakistan had duly issued a notification of Gilani’s disqualification and declared him ineligible to be a member of parliament.

Accused in RPP case made country’s PM: SC

The Supreme Court on Wednesday reprimanded the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) for not acting against the influential accused in the rental power project scandal, saying an accused in the case was made the prime minister of the country. The SC bench headed by Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry resumed hearing in the RPP verdict’s implementation case on Wednesday. During the proceedings, the CJ remarked that no action had been taken against the accused despite all findings having come to the surface. Subsequently, the hearing was adjourned until January 21 due to the absence of NEPRA’s


  1. When he and his wife are going to pay back loan which they took in 1997? By last count the amount was 47 million rupees. They filed bankruptcy and bank took the loss.they should be ashamed of themselves and pay the money back.He should call himself Bankrupt ex prime minister.

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