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Supreme Court issues written verdict in Khawaja brothers’ bail case

Aizbah KhanWeb Editor

20th Jul, 2020. 06:26 pm
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Supreme Court issues written verdict in Khawaja brothers' bail case

The Supreme Court has issued a written decision in the case related to the bail of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leaders Khawaja Saad Rafique and his brother Khawaja Salman Rafique.

The 87-page written decision on the bail of the Khwaja brothers has been written by Justice Maqbool Baqir.

The court remarked in the judgment that the administrative measures should be reviewed and the administrative measures should be examined on the basis of transparency and rationality.

The Supreme Court of Pakistan has said in its written judgment that NAB failed to prove the control of Khawaja Brothers over Paragon City, there are contradictions in the reference and investigation report.

The written decision said that unfortunately, 72 years have passed since Pakistan was formed and 47 years have passed since the constitution was made but even today the people of Pakistan are not getting the rights given in the constitution.

The Supreme Court has said that democratic values, respect, tolerance, transparency and principles of equality are ridiculed. Intolerance, nepotism, lies, bullying and self-promotion have become priorities.

The apex court said that corruption was completely entrenched in Pakistani society. Egoism and self-righteousness have taken root in society.

The Supreme Court, while questioning the NAB’s intervention in Paragon City, said in its judgment that it was not clear why the National Accountability Bureau had initiated proceedings in the case. The NAB received a complaint of non-delivery of plots or something that came up in the investigation. There are contradictions between the NAB reference and the investigation report. NAB failed to prove control of Khawaja Brothers over Paragon City.

The court said that the people have always been deprived of the fundamental rights enshrined in the constitution. Every attempt to rule the constitution was severely suppressed. In the past, unfortunately, there have been repeated unconstitutional interventions. The lust for power and the desire to take over everything insulted the boundaries of institutions. The welfare of the people and the eradication of poverty are not among the priorities. The case against the Khawaja brothers is the worst example of the humiliation of humanity.

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