Pakistan’s judiciary is engaging in improper judicial conduct such as pure conflicts of interests, media statements stating judicial outcomes and opinions, meetings with foreign dignitaries and politicians, and purporting undeniable biases and lack of impartiality. Where are the lawyers who should note the improper judicial conduct? How exactly have these judges remained as judges given that they are practicing law from their chambers, rather than acting as neutral arbiters?
In 2005-06, we witnessed blasphemous cartoons against Islam and Prophet Mohammad (s.a.w.) in Danish newspapers resulting in uproar of protests by Muslims all over the world but it did not end here. These blasphemous cartoons were repeatedly published in many newspapers throughout Europe. It was claimed by Westerners that people making cartoons have a right of “freedom of expression”.
Our government has crossed limits of loyalty and love for their masters normally possible by humans. We are of opinion that their DNA samples should be examined to see if there is any genetic connection with an animal that is best known for its loyalty, love for its master and is called “man’s best friend”.
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“On Saturday, the federal and Punjab governments challenged in the Supreme Court the Lahore High Court’s June 2 decision to release the founder of the Jamaat-ud Dawa chief Hafiz Mohammad Saeed. Hafiz Saeed and his companion Col. Nazir.
Their appeals argue that the larger bench that made the decision failed to consider the sensitivity of the issue or the true spirit of the United Nations security council resolution.
The appeal argued against the court’s position that that not enough evidence was provided to uphold house arrest.“
Pakistan on Tuesday told India to refrain from commenting on court decisions and questioning its sincerity about action against terrorist outfits.
‘Polemics and unfounded insinuations cannot advance the cause of justice in civilized societies. Legal processes cannot and must not be interfered with,’ said Foreign Office Spokesman Abdul Basit while commenting on Indian External Affairs Ministry’s criticism of Jamaat-ud-Dawa chief Hafiz Muhammad Saeed’s release.