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April 26th,2021; By Rehan Piracha & Ahmed Saeed; LAHORE; In a majority verdict of 6 against 4, the Supreme Court on Monday accepted Justice Qazi Faez Isa's review petitions as Pakistan Bar Council calls for the resignation of federal law minister
Lahore High Court Chief Justice Muhammad Qasim Khan issues termination orders for a Punjab Judicial Academy official indicted for sexually harassing and threatening a female colleague. For more stories related to human rights and the legal fraternity of Pakistan, keep reading.
February 16th, 2021; By Staff reporter; LAHORE; The Pakistan Bar Council and the Peshawar High Court Bar Association have urged the Supreme Court to review its order of barring Justice Qazi Faez Isa from hearing cases concerning Prime Minister Imran Khan.
February 12th, 2021; By Ahmed Saeed; LAHORE; Senior lawyers and bar representatives have termed the decision of Chief Justice of Pakistan Gulzar Ahmed barring fellow judge Justice Qazi Faez Isa from hearing cases against Prime Minister Imran Khan as unprecedented in the judicial history of the country.
November 7th, 2020; By Ahmad Saeed; LAHORE; Adv Ali Zafar, (Insaf lawyers) has denied claims made by Yasin Azad, ex-president of SCBA that PM Imran ever asked a lawyers' delegation help for the removal of Qazi Faez Isa or strict action against Mir Shakil. Azad maintains his stance.
Yasin Azad, former president of the SCBA alleges that PM Imran Khan called a meeting with figures from bar associations last month to seek their help in removing Justice Issa.
Jun 25, 2020: پاکستان بار کونسل کے وائس چیئرمین عابد ساقی نے قاضی فائز عیسیٰ کو قتل کرنے کی دھمکیوں کی مذمت کرتے ہوئے ہوئے موجودہ صورت حال کو عدلیہ کی آزادی کے حوالے سے خوفناک قرار دیا. بدھ کی شام کو جسٹس ...
Jun 3, 2020: The Supreme Court on Tuesday, June 2, 2020, asked why is the integrity of judges being questioned when there is no concrete evidence. In the Supreme Court, a 10 member bench heard the petition filed by Justice Qazi Faez ...
Pakistan has a history of covert operations carried against governments, politicians, activists and even common citizens. In 1998, the Supreme Court held that covert surveillance of judges and information gathered through nefarious means, such as eavesdropping by the agencies, phone tapping and intimidation were ample reasons and sufficient grounds for the dissolution of the Benazir Bhutto government. It said that Bhutto has been accused of receiving sealed envelopes with sensitive and private information.