Asif Reki President of the Quetta Bar Association

Mohammad Asif Reki, president of the Quetta Bar Association (QTA), filed a petition in the Supreme Court on Monday, which claimed that the SJC had no "legal authority, ability or ability" to rule complex laws related to income tax. The next Supreme Court judge, J. Qazi Faez Isa and Sindh High Court Judge K.K. Agha, the petitioner, said that the resolution of the complex problem of the income tax law should be determined by a legal process by a certified public official of the income tax law.

The petition claimed that

The SJC could not answer such questions, and therefore the grounds of the President's mention of respondent judges were legally misunderstood and could not be maintained. Five similar petitions have already been filed with the Supreme Court, the first of which was filed by the judiciary itself. Two petitions were filed by the Supreme Court Bar Association, the Pakistan Bar Association, the fifth one being a joint petition, the merger petition Abid Hassan Minto and the human rights activist I.A. Leeman. The QBA petition argued that a serious problem in income tax law was related to the mention of the two judges.

According to the petitioner, one of them was whether the spouse's assets should be submitted on his or her property statement when the spouse is an income tax filer and has income generating assets and property. According to the petition, these complex questions about the income tax law should be solved by giving the responding judge the right to defend himself within the hierarchy of the income tax department. The mere assertion of the reference cannot be considered proven, and therefore cannot form the basis for the progress of the offense against the judge.

The petition stressed that the judge's independence should be protected from colleagues and the elderly as well as possible intrusions from officers, including members of the SJC. The SJC must objectively satisfy all complaints or information before the launch of the show raises a notice to the judge before the proceedings for the bibliography can be successfully filed. Mohammad Asif Reki, president of the Quetta Bar Association, argued that such "objective satisfaction" did not exist in both references.

He stressed that under the Constitutions 19 and 19A

The Code of Conduct cannot be interpreted in such a way as to completely reduce the judge's rights and must be balanced in the light of modern trends and global practices. The petition alleged that the judge and his family had the right to a due process under Article 10A of the Constitution, including the benefits of the judgment procedure set out in the Tax Law. Therefore, until the conclusion was reached, there was no reference, and the results of the investigation of the responding judge were found.

Moreover, the “selective leaking” of the President's statement to the judge by the reference authorities or his subordinates has expressed malice and has been responsible for the same extinction. The petition also argued that the Attorney General and the SJC had no authority to expand the scope of the investigations conducted because the judge was not bound by the rules applicable to government servants with respect to public servants.

The petition claimed that the mention of Judge Isa was primarily motivated by the ruling federation and the ruling of the Faizabad dharna case (November 2017), which upset the “visible and invisible point of government”.

Former governor of Punjab

Last Monday, former governor of Punjab and managing director of PPP leader Asif Ali Zardari, Sardar Latif Khosa, despite the court order, provided the former president with air conditioning, refrigerators and private prison facilities. I regret not receiving it. Aseefa Bhutto-Zardari, Sardar Khosa, Shahbaz Khosa and Shazia Khosa met former presidents on Adiala iail on Monday. During a press conference in Islamabad, Sardar Khosa warned the government that Mr. Zardari would take action against the PTI government and punish it unprecedentedly if something happened in prison.

Media coordinator Nazir Dhoki accompanied him at a press conference. Khosa said Zardari's life was in danger because he needed medical facilities, but the government told him he was rejecting him. Kosa warned the former president that if anything happens, legal action against the government will begin. The government does not provide him air conditioners, refrigerators and personal crews despite court orders. This type of treatment has not been done in dictatorships.

He added that the situation was too serious when his aides said he was helpless and unable to arrange a meeting with the former president. The National Bureau of Responsibility (NAB) delivers 'love letters' to former presidents and asks for answers to some questions, but does not provide the basic facilities that patients need and the courts give clear orders in this regard. Was added.

NAB for 68 days

He said Mr. Zardari was put in jail after being held in custody of NAB for 68 days. He said that Zardari is a former president and lawmaker and has the right to have a refrigerator in his room to keep medicine and 24-hour caregivers. He said that a cardiologist did not give Zardari AC, according to the record, and a medical committee of five doctors advised him to be hospitalized for treatment, but it is dangerous to bring him only for one day. Khosa completely denied media reports that Zardari agreed to return the money. This was a news article that contradicted falsehood.

We don't lose money, so no problem arises, ”Khosa said. He added that the political sacrifice was obvious because there was no case. Earlier, Bhutsardar was not allowed to see his father at the Pakistan Medical Institute, and the former president was taken to Adalah prison. She claimed that three of her father's arteries were completely blocked and suffering from severe spinal problems and other diseases.
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