President writes CJP for judicial commission on foreign conspiracy

By: News Desk
Published: 05:44 PM, 12 May, 2022
President writes CJP for judicial commission on foreign conspiracy
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President Arif Alvi Thursday sent a letter to the Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) for constituting a Judicial Commission to investigate the alleged foreign conspiracy to change the government in Pakistan.

According to the 24News HD TV channel, the letter states that the Chief Justice himself should head the Judicial Commission to save the country from the confusing political and economic situation.

The President said in the letter that a serious political crisis is looming in Pakistan so it is the duty of all institutes to do their utmost to save the country from further damage and deterioration.

He said the economy of the country is in crisis and misunderstandings are on the rise as the opinions and commentaries are being taken out of the context. 

President Alvi said Supreme Court has already constituted judicial commissions in matters of national security, integrity, sovereignty and public interest in the past.

In the letter, President Alvi has also given references to the previous judicial commission on the allegations of rigging in the 2013 elections, the Memogate scandal, and missing persons’ cases.

Arguing for making a judicial commission, President Alvi also said in the letter that the Prime Minister has also expressed his desire to set up a commission on the foreign conspiracy issue.

He also suggested to the Chief Justice of Pakistan that the judicial commission should investigate the matter not on the technical basis of law but in accordance with the true spirit of justice as it will be a great service to the country.

He said there are countless examples in the world history of conspiracies to overthrow the government and in his opinion, the existing evidence can lead to the conclusion in the matter of foreign conspiracy.

Reporter: Awais Kiyani