Ruckus in parliament disappoints CJP Khosa


Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Asif Saeed Khosa on Wednesday expressed disappointment over the prolonged commotion in the National Assembly on the issue of budget.

While addressing judicial officers of the Islamabad model court, Chief Justice Khosa said that it is depressing to see PM Imran and Opposition Leader Shehbaz Sharif not being able to deliver their speeches due to the attitude of fellow parliamentarians.

“I turn the channel to escape this ordeal but then another one awaits in the form of [IND VS PAK] World Cup,” said the chief justice hinting at Pakistan’s poor performance in the tournament.

Justice Khosa also expressed disappointment over the situation of the economy and said, “Mixed news about the economy is reaching one’s ear, whether it is in ICU or out of it, now people want to hear some good news.”

He claimed that the only institution helpful to people is the judiciary.

“It’s the priority of judiciary to provide swift justice. The model courts have given decisions of 5,800 cases in 45 days.”