Murder of ‘Justice’ in Pakistan

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Yesterday Dogar Court (Pakistani Supreme Court) issued a decision that is shameful for the judicial and political history of Pakistan. Three-member bench of teh Supreme Court declared Nawaz Sharif and Shahbaz Sharif disqualified for contesting into the General Elections. After this unjust decision, Punjab Chief Minister Mr. Shahbaz Sharif immediately got removed from the Chief ministership. People all over Pakistan have got unrest after this Zardari guided decision. Nawaz Sharif in a press conference exposed the facts about this decision, soon after the court session.

He told that Zardari was behind this decision as he wanted Sharif Brothers to agree with him for giving support to the Supreme Court Chief Justice Abdul Hameed Dogar. On this PML-N did not agree as they are the supporters of Chief Justice Mr. Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry.

People all over the country have started protests after this unlawful decision and torture scenes haev been reported in Lahore and Rawalpindi. Police van and five other vehicles have been burnt on Islamabad Express Way. These acts must not be appreciated, but this is enough for the people behind this unpopular decision. Late night President Zardari imposed Governor Hold in Punjab for two months, which means that now Governor Salman Taseer will be the incharge of PML-N’s voters.

If the situation does not improve in a couple of days, it can be easily predicted that a real tough situation is coming ahead for the PPP government as all political parties are highly condemning this bad decision.

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