While the state of Pakistan is surrounded by Taliban terrorists, the Supreme Court and the Cheap Justice, it seem are hell bent on dismantling the institution responsible for fighting Pakistan’ war on terror, i.e. the interior ministry of Pakistan.
The judicial (bureaucratic) Mafia, it seems, is once again ready to slaughter democracy in the unfortunate republic of Pakistan. Here is the latest development:
NAB court issues arrest warrants against Rehman Malik
Friday, 18 Dec, 2009
ISLAMABAD: A NAB court has issued arrest warrants against Interior Minister Rehman Malik, DawnNews reported.
These warrants are likely in connection with two references against Rehman Malik: one for his alleged misuse of authority and the other for the alleged receipt of two cars from Toyota Motors as illegal gratification on account of purchase of official vehicles.
Warrants of arrests have been issued against 52 individuals, including Sindh’s Local Government Minister Agha Siraj Durrani, former chairman of Pakistan Steel Mills (PSM) Usman Farooqui and Asif Zardari’s brother-in-law Munawar Talpur, sources were quoted as saying by a private television channel.
These warrants are non-bailable.
SC issues show cause notice to Rehman Malik
Thursday, 17 Dec, 2009
ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court here Thursday issued show cause notice to Interior Minister Rehman Malik for December 24 for interfering in the judicial direction of the Court for probing Rs22 billion loss reported by Pakistan Steel Mills.
The three-member bench comprising Chief Justice Iftikhar Mohammad Chaudhry, Justice Ch. Ejaz Ahmed and Justice Khilji Arif Hussain, also directed Director Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) Mir Amir to carry out his investigation and submit a report on the next date of hearing.
The bench expressed its displeasure over the Interior Minister’s setting up a joint investigation team and said that executive had nothing to do with judicial proceedings.
The bench dissolved the investigation team formed by the concerned minister immediately.
The bench also expressed its dismay over removal of DG FIA Tariq Khosa.
Chief Justice remarked that new things surfaced whenever the court holds proceedings.
The Supreme Court is currently hearing a suo motu notice taken on a Rs22 billion loss incurred by Pakistan Steel Mills.