Federal government of Pakistan to conduct an inquiry of the judges’ letter

Six high court judges wrote open letter accusing the ISI of intimidating and coercing them over ‘politically consequential’ cases.

Federal Government of Pakistan has announced to conduct an inquiry into the issue of IHC judges’ letter whcih accuses intel agency ISI of intimidation.

According to the details, Law minister Azam Nazir Tarar while holding a press conference in Islamabad said that the Prime Minister has said that there will be no compromise on the independence of the judiciary.

In this regard, an inquiry will be conducted under the leadership of a retired judge with good reputation.

Azam Nazir Tarar further said that the letter that came was viral in the media and social media. It is the duty of the government of Pakistan that this matter should be investigated. The Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif will place this matter in the cabinet tomorrow.

The Law Minister said that the Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif had said that he would go to meet the Chief Justice despite all his busy schedule.

The meeting between the Chief Justice of Pakistan Qazi Faez Isa and the Prime Minister Shehbaz lasted for one and a half hours. The Chief Justice of Pakistan and the most senior judge Justice Mansoor Ali Shah were present in the meeting.

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