Govt appeals Supreme Court to review verdict

April 10, 2011 10:40 pm0 commentsViews: 13

Supreme-Court-of-Pakistan Federal Government on Saturday submitted an application in Supreme Court to review its verdict of declaring appointment of Deedar Hussain Shah as National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Chairman illegitimate.

The application was submitted by the Government’s lawyer Abdul Hafeez Peerzada, who said that the apex court didn’t treat Justice Shah’s initial appointment.

On March ten, the apex court had dominated the appointment illegal and had ordered Justice (Retd) Shah to instantly relinquish the workplace.

The verdict by a three-judge bench needed Shah, a former decide of the Supreme Court, to instantly leave the workplace he assumed 5 months ago once another legal row during which the court had ordered the removal of his predecessor.

Justice (Retd) Deedar Shah was appointed NAB chief on Oct eight last year once his predecessor Nawid Ahsan was removed underneath a Dec sixteen, 2009, Supreme Court ruling that held the controversial National Reconciliation Ordinance (NRO) as unconstitutional, ordered the govt to revive all cases withdrawn underneath the ordinance and expressed displeasure over the perceived lack of correct and honest help and urged the appointment of a replacement chairman.

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