Tag: Suo

LHC takes suo motu notice against govt colleges’ BoGs

LAHORE - Lahore High Court (LHC) Chief Justice (CJ) Ijaz Ahmad Chaudhry while heading a division bench on Tuesday heard a suo motu case about establishment of Board of Governors (BoGs) in government colleges and observed that though policy making rested with the government, courts could take notice if a policy conflicted with the constitution.
Earlier, lawyer Asad Manzoor Butt, representing students and teachers, had pleaded that the establishment of BoGs was in violation of

‘CJ should take suo motu against Zardari-accusers’

LAHORE: The Chief Justice of Pakistan should take suo motu notice against those who created fake cases against President Asif Ali Zardari. Pakistan People's Party (PPP) Punjab Information Secretary Dr Fakharuddin Chaudhry said on Monday.
Addressing a press conference at a local hotel he said the CJ should nullify all fake cases registered against President Zardari after the confession of Mian Nawaz Sharif regarding his wrongdoings in past during an interview with a prominent

Taseer invites suo motu action by LHC

LAHORE: Punjab Governor Salmaan Taseer has written an open letter to the chief justice of the Lahore High Court, inviting him to take suo motu action against the 'conspirators' in a alleged murder plot against the chief justice.
A tragedy could occur at the behest of Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) leaders in the upcoming month of Muharram, Governor Taseer alleged in a press conference at the Governor's House.
The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) Inquiry Commission

SC takes suo motu action against Gwadar Port operator

KARACHI: The Supreme Court has taken suo motu action against the Port of Singapore Authority (PSA), the operator of Gwadar Port, for its failure to develop the port and asked the authorities concerned to appear on November 2.
The apex court took note of an article published in a section of the press on the PSA's poor performance despite the incentives given to the operator by the Pakistan government.
The court issued a notice to the ports and shipping secretary, the Gwadar