ISLAMABAD: Supreme Court on Thursday adjourned hearing of petition filed by PT Chairman Imran Khan against amendments to the laws on the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) by January 17.
Trinomial bench headed by Chief Judge of Pakistan Umar Ata Bandial resumes hearings of a petition during which counsel for Federal government Makhdoom Ali Khan claimed it was the prerogative of Parliament makes laws. He provided links of articles of Islamic scholars and American journals, and stated that the court should view cause in limits of Act like it was clear in Schedule-4.
He said things can’t be settled on the basis of likes and dislikes of anyone. The court would also have view whether anyone crossed the red line added. Judge Ijazul Ahsan noted that the court may intervene in the event of an unlawful act. The lawyer said then petitioner had prove illegality of Amendments to the law on NAB.
The CJP noted that the court should have view constitutional limits. The case was then adjourned until 17 January.
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