Opposition Leader Chaudhary Nisar Ali Khan told the National Assembly that he wasn’t consulted relating to the appointment of Chairman National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Justice (Retd) Deedar Hussain Shah Aaj TV reported on Sunday.
Chauhdary Nisar, addressing a press conference in Islamabad said, “The consultation on the appointment of the NAB chief is simply attainable within the backdrop of the Supreme Court’s detailed ruling (on the removal of Deedar Hussain Shah).”
Chaudhary Nisar said, “The nation has sacrificed plenty to induce an freelance judiciary.”
Meanwhile, The Supreme Court has taken a suo motu notice of the shutter-down strike referred to as across Sindh against its verdict declaring the appointment of NAB Chairman, Deedar Hussain Shah, null and void.
The SCP has directed the Sindh chief secretary to submit an entire record of the government’s measures before the apex court on Monday against the political leaders who had referred to as the strike.
According to reports, the secretary has additionally been needed to tell the apex court whether or not criminal cases are registered over the loss of life and property ensuing from the strike and whether or not the govt. has offered any compensation during this respect.
The court has ordered the chairman of PEMRA to furnish proof against all TV channels relating to the strike.
Furthermore, the court has additionally asked the Sindh Assembly secretary to supply a record of the speeches of the MPAs within the assembly session on March fourteen.