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High Court Judges’ letter: More than 300 lawyers demand Supreme Court to take notice under Article 184(3)

Dawn Court reporter
Islamabad: More than 300 lawyers have requested the Supreme Court to take notice of the allegations of interference in judicial affairs by the intelligence apparatus under Article 184 (3) of the Constitution on the issue of the letter of 6 judges of the Salamabad High Court. What did
In a statement issued on Sunday, he said that any commission led by the government would deprive the investigation of these allegations of necessary independence and powers.
Article 184(3) of the Constitution determines the original jurisdiction of the Supreme Court and enables the Supreme Court to exercise jurisdiction in matters of public importance with regard to the enforcement of the fundamental rights of the citizens of Pakistan. On March 27, 6 judges of the Islamabad High Court wrote a letter to the Supreme Judicial Council regarding the alleged interference and pressure of intelligence agencies in the work of judges.
It was written on behalf of Islamabad High Court Justice Mohsin Akhtar Kayani, Justice Tariq Mehmood Jahangiri, Justice Babar Sattar, Justice Sardar Ejaz Ishaq Khan, Justice Arbab Muhammad Tahir and Justice Suman Rift Imtiaz.



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