ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Bar Council (PBC), provincial bar gatherings and Islamabad Bar Council (IBC) on Saturday requested the NAB executive to leave after the zenith court decision in Khawaja siblings bail plea case.
A resolution – passed consistently by the sub-advisory group of the PBC, commonplace bar committees and IBC individuals in the Judicial Commission of Pakistan after the notable judgment of the Supreme Court of Pakistan in the Paragon Housing Society Corruption reference – stated: “The sub-board of trustees anticipates that on perusing the judgment, the Chairman, NAB, would willfully give his resign.”
The gathering was held here in the PBC office, Supreme Court Building, with Akhtar Hussain, in the seat.
“The sub-advisory group valued the judgment passed by Justice Maqbool Baqar and Justice Mazhar Alam Khan Miankhel, in “Paragon Housing Society Corruption Case”, allowing bail to Khawaja Salman Rafique and Saad Rafique. “It is the memorable judgment created by Justice Maqbool Baqar, where under, not just the unfair activities with respect to NAB however the whole working of debauched and the degenerate state foundations are uncovered, the Bench has likewise settled down the standards for award of bail in such issues,” read the goal.
The gathering settled that the Supreme Court has appropriately held that until a culture of straightforwardness, freedom, consideration and just qualities is made, our craving for harmony and great request will keep on escaping us.
The goal further settled that subsequent to going of the judgment in any event, the Editor-in-Chief of Jang and Geo Group ought to have been quickly liberated from unlawful confinement and experiencing last around four months for a private law arrangement of common nature and that too of over 30 years of age.
“It involves net oppression and exploitation of Shakil-ur-Rahman, Chief Executive and Chief Editor, Jang, Geo, who ought to quickly be liberated”, says the goal.
The gathering was likewise gone to by Akhtar Hussain Bhatti, Member, Judicial Commission, Punjab Bar Council, Abdul Razak Mehr, Member, Judicial Commission, Sindh Bar Council, Ahmad Frooq Khattak, Member, Judicial Commission, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Bar Council, Munir Ahmad Kakar, Member, Judicial Commission and Vice-Chairman, Balochistan Bar Council and Qazi Rafi-ud-Din Babar, Member, Judicial Commission, Islamabad Bar Council.