SC laments ‘interference in executive’ remarks when it gives directions | Pakistan
ISLAMABAD: Judge of the Supreme Court of Pakistan Sakib Nisar noted on Monday that when the Supreme Court notes something, , that "our work hinders".
The Chief Justice made a comment, listening to the suo motu case of deforestation in the Margalla Mountains.
"Those who are responsible for this do not perform the required work. If you are here to serve the public, then do it. But they say that the judicial system interferes in the sphere of executive power ",
" If we do not even give instructions, then what will we leave for our children, "said Chief Justice Nisar.
During the hearing, the Chief Justice expressed regret that there is no set of rules in the country's capital concerning the cutting down of trees in the Margallah Hills National Park.
As soon as the rumor began earlier, the main judge summoned Tariq Fazal Chaudhry, the elected representative from Islamabad and the State Minister for Capital Management and Development.