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Govt Coming In Way Of Independent Judiciary: Nawaz

Govt Coming In Way Of Independent Judiciary: Nawaz

Govt Coming In Way Of Independent Judiciary: Nawaz
Govt Coming In Way Of Independent Judiciary: Nawaz

PML-N patron Nawaz Sharif has alleged that the government is hindering the realization of a dream of an independent judiciary, and added that the non-implementation of Supreme Court orders is bringing bad name to those at the helm.
Talking to media after inquiring after those injured in Youm-e-Ali suicide attack in Lahore on Monday, Nawaz said that the 18th amendment was meant to strengthen democracy in the country, adding that, “Now it is incumbent upon the prime minister and the president to take care of it”.
Replying to a question regarding the SC orders implementation, Nawaz said that the PM should advise the President in this regard.
“The country could not afford another martial law”, Nawaz maintained. When asked about the APC and its agenda, the PML-N chief said “Convening of All Parties Conference is ill-timed”.

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  1. The appointment of ‘absconder’, Rana Maqbool as Secretary Punjab prosecution is clear violation of the judiciary’s verdict, how would Mian sb justify it? Is it not violation of Judiciary? When rosecutor General of NAB had been removed on Supreme Court’s order, there should be no point left on which Nawaz Sharif yell at government since it was implementing all the decisions of apex court in letter and spirit. Babar Awan is quite right when he says that government is not responsible for any individual’s act. Government had removed PGA Irfan Qadir. Statements of PML-N chief Mian Nawaz Sharif and Punjab Chief Minister Mian Shahbaz Sharif, with regard to PGA’s removal are against the spirit of 18th amendment and Charter of Democracy which was a non-issue.

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