Parliament will ‘summon’ judges who sentenced Nawaz, says Khawaja Asif


Defence Minister Khawaja Asif stated on Sunday that the judges who sentenced Pakistan Muslim League (PML-N) supremo Nawaz Sharif will likely be referred to as to the dock of parliament.

Chatting with the media, Mr Asif stated there was a dire want for all establishments to work inside their limits to get the nation out of disaster.

“Within the midst of parliamentary and judicial crises, we are going to defend the parliament,” maintained Mr Asif.

On Wednesday, Mr Asif stated a decision should be handed to kind a full-house committee to research constitutional violations [committed by the judiciary] from Justice Munir until date.

Addressing the Nationwide Meeting session, he stated it was unlucky that two constitutional establishments have been at daggers drawn to one another including that they’re deciphering the structure in a different way.

The minister went on to say that they have been in opposition to the territorial trespassing. “At any time when the structure was violated, the judiciary inked it”, he added.

Mr Asif stated 180,000 instances have been pending earlier than the senior judiciary together with 51,000 within the apex courtroom. “I do know the ache what a prisoner, pleading for bail, goes via,” he added. Their fundamental duty was, he stated, deciding on the instances and never entangling in political wrangling. 

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