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SC asks for progress report on unlawful appointments in Sindh Police


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  • A 3-member SC bench, comprising Justice Umar Ata Bandial and Justice Amin-Ud-Din Khan, heard the post-arrest bail pleas filed by NAB accused Ghulam Raza and Abdul Qadir Kathor.
  • Throughout the course of the proceedings, the counsel of the accused stated that his shoppers have been in jail for greater than two years.
  • Justice Bandial questioned why the proceedings on the reference had not been accomplished but regardless of the course of the court docket.

ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Courtroom on Monday directed the Accountability Courtroom Karachi to submit a progress report on reference towards unlawful appointments within the Sindh Police.

A 3-member SC bench, comprising Justice Umar Ata Bandial and Justice Amin-Ud-Din Khan, heard the post-arrest bail pleas filed by NAB accused Ghulam Raza and Abdul Qadir Kathor held over a grievance relating to unlawful recruitment and appointments of constables in Sindh Police.

Throughout the course of the proceedings, the counsel of the accused stated that his shoppers have been in jail for greater than two years.

He stated that the court docket had ordered the Accountability Courtroom to finish the reference inside two months.

All the principle accused, together with the previous IG Sindh, have been already granted bail, he added.

Justice Bandial stated that it was a matter of unlawful appointments and requested why the proceedings on the reference had not been accomplished but regardless of the course of the court docket.

NAB Prosecutor Haider Ali stated that each one the Nationwide Accountability Bureau (NAB) testimony had been accomplished within the case.

“No hearing was delayed due to the NAB,” he added.

Upon this, Justice Bandial stated that the court docket might summon the report if proceedings towards the reference have been accomplished.

Later, the court docket directed the Accountability Courtroom Karachi to submit a report in two weeks and adjourned the listening to of the case.

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