Shehbaz Sharif, the prime minister of Pakistan, has criticized the “double standards” of the judiciary in his nation, claiming that they have done irreparable harm and that the only solution is to implement equal justice for all.
The Prime Minister expressed his disapproval of the trend of courts having “likes and dislikes” while in London, saying that it is harmful to any society. In addition, he criticized the judiciary’s recent pattern of releasing on bail Imran Khan, the head of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party, while imprisoning opposition figures like those in the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) and Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP).
The Prime Minister emphasized the need for justice to be carried out and to be seen to be carried out, as well as the significance of the Constitution’s supremacy.
He argued that the parliament is currently fulfilling all of its obligations and that its rights cannot be taken away. The Prime Minister also reaffirmed his commitment to finding solutions to Pakistan’s current issues and advancing the nation.
On a more upbeat note, the Prime Minister mentioned that the nation produced a record amount of wheat last year, which he credited to Allah’s favor and the government’s diligent efforts.
The Prime Minister is in London for King Charles III’s coronation, where he will represent Pakistan and take part in a gathering of the leaders of Commonwealth nations. On Monday, he’s anticipated to fly back to Pakistan.
قانون سازی پارلیمنٹ کا حق ہے اور تمام اداروں کو آئین کی مقرر کردہ حدود میں اپنا کردار ادا کرنا چاہیے کیونکہ یہ ملکی سالمیت وسلامتی اور لوگوں کی ترقی و خوشحالی کے لیے ناگزیر ہے۔ انصاف ہوتا ہوا نظر آنا چاہیے، عوام اور ملک کی بہتری کا مطلب یہ ہے کہ نظام آئین کے مطابق چلایا… pic.twitter.com/yXqNBdiZVh
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