The Practice and Procedure Act Petitions are being heard by the Supreme Court.
The Petitions are being HEARD by a full court presided over by CJP, Qazi Faiz Isa.
Attorney “Faisal Siddiqui” asserted during the Hearing that there is a distinct Part in the SC Rules for the Definition of terms and that the word “law” in Article 191 refers to the provision of some sort of Legal Authority.
Since there are several Cases still ongoing or the CASE has Already been Heard four times, the CJ advised you, Mr. Siddiqui, not to respond to every query. Instead, you should concentrate solely on your points. I therefore ask the other judges to refrain from asking questions. All of the judges need to ask questions, but they should wait until the LAWYER has finished speaking. It is due to our achievements that one matter has not been resolved despite four hearings. Your Arguments won’t be full if you respond to every query, regardless of the other situations. Hearing on the cross case is ongoing.
Just clarify what the LAW Means in Article 191, Justice Muneeb Akhtar said. You are attempting to claim that the SCP Rules specify the meaning of Law.
In response to Justice Munib’s inquiry, the CJ stated that if you are currently making up your MIND, you should write it in the ruling and permit the ATTORNEY to make whatever more arguments he sees fit. I’d want to ask a Question. The CJ said, “Of course you can,” but the lawyer should finish their case first.
The CJ @Remarked that Faisal Siddiqui should finish his Arguments first because if he doesn’t, we’ll constantly hear the same case.
Regarding this, Justice Muneeb stated that it is my Privilege as a member of this BENCH to ask questions.
Chief Justice Qazi Qaiz Isa said during the Hearing yesterday that the law passed by Parliament was done so with great Intentions. Can someone with medical knowledge let a dying Patient to pass away only because he is not a doctor?
According to the CJ, the “Parliament” is informed that the Number GAME should be over, but one individual shows up and Gives the Parliament their seal of approval.