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Sunday, November 21, 2021

When the Chief Justice said, neither took the decision at the behest of anyone nor did I have the courage to say anything

Pakistan's judiciary and the Supreme Court Bar Association on Saturday came face-to-face over allegations of interference in judicial matters by the country's security institutions. However, the Chief Justice of the Lahore High Court clearly stated that the country's judiciary never takes instructions from other institutions. Justice Gulzar Ahmed, while addressing a program on 'Role of Judiciary in Protecting Human Rights and Strengthening Democracy' at the Asma Jehangir Conference in Lahore, said that the judiciary is functioning in an independent manner and there is no interference in it. Is.
He said, 'I have never been pressurized by any institution nor have I listened to any institution. No one guides me on how to write my verdict. I have never taken any decision on the behest of someone else, nor do I have the courage to say anything to anyone.

Earlier, Pakistan Supreme Court Bar Association president Ali Ahmed Kurd alleged that security institutions were influencing the top judiciary. He said, 'A general dominates a country of crores of people. This same general has sent the judiciary to number 126 in the list of fundamental rights.

Justice Ahmed said that no one interfered in his work and that he decided the cases on merits. It is noteworthy that Islamabad High Court Chief Justice Athar Minalla from the same forum before Chief Justice Ahmed acknowledged that some of the Kurdish criticisms are legitimate. And judgments in cases like Nusrat Bhutto and Zafar Ali Shah are a part of history.