A member of the Judicial Commission also wrote a letter to the Chief Justice
Islamabad: A member of the Judicial Commission also wrote a letter to the Chief Justice.
Member Judicial Commission Advocate Akhtar Hussain also wrote a letter to the Chief Justice on the issue of the Judicial Commission meeting regarding the appointment of judges in the Supreme Court.
Advocate Akhtar Hussain wrote in the letter that amendments in the Judicial Commission Rules are mandatory and the committee headed by the senior-most judge of the Supreme Court should amend the Judicial Commission Rules in 4 weeks.
He wrote that the audio recording and minutes of the July 28 meeting should not have been made public and reports of personal differences among the members of the Judicial Commission are worrisome.
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The letter said that it is the responsibility of the Chief Justice to address the concerns of all members. After reading the letters of Justice Qazi Faiz Isa, Justice Sardar Tariq, Justice Sajjad Ali Shah and Attorney General, the Judicial Commission meeting should not be terminated on the request of the minority members.
Akhtar Hussain Advocate said that decisions should be taken in the meeting in consultation with all the members of the Judicial Commission.