Public Sector Appointment for Period in Excess of Advertised Terms

Mr. Justice MianGul Hassan Aurangzeb in his judgment has decided the issue regarding public sector appointment for period in excess of advertised terms in Writ Petition No. 4202 of 2018. Through the instant writ petition, the petitioner, Muhammad Shafeeq, who is serving as General Manager, Hydrocarbon Development Institute of Pakistan (“H.D.I.P.”), impugns the notification dated Read more about Public Sector Appointment for Period in Excess of Advertised Terms[…]

Release and Handover of Wing Commander V. Abhinandan

Mr. Justice Athar Minallah in his judgment has decided issue regarding release and handover of Wing Commander V. Abhinandan to India in Writ Petition No. 786 of 2019. The petitioner has invoked the jurisdiction of this Court under Article 199 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, 1973 (hereinafter referred to as the Read more about Release and Handover of Wing Commander V. Abhinandan[…]

Suspension of Sentence and Bail under NAB Ordinance

Mr. Justice Aamer Farooq in his judgment has decided the issue regarding suspension of sentence and bail under NAB Ordinance in Writ Petition No. 352 of 2019. Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif is serving sentence of seven years imprisonment awarded by Judge, Accountability Court-II, Islamabad vide judgment dated 24.12.2018 in NAB Reference No.19-2017. He seeks suspension Read more about Suspension of Sentence and Bail under NAB Ordinance[…]

Resignations under Punjab Local Government Act and Exercise of Review Power

Mr. Justice MianGul Hassan Aurangzeb in his judgment has decided the issue of resignations under Punjab Local Government Act and exercise of review power not conferred by law in Writ Petition No. 146 of 2019. 1. Through the instant writ petition, the petitioners impugn the order dated 18.12.2018, passed by the Election Commission of Pakistan Read more about Resignations under Punjab Local Government Act and Exercise of Review Power[…]

Permanent Absorption of Civil Servant Deputationists in OMG Group

Mr. Justice MianGul Hassan Aurangzeb in his judgment has decided the issue regarding absorption of civil servant deputationist in OMG Group in Writ Petition No. 3954 of 2018. 1. Learned counsel for the petitioners submitted that the petitioners were challenging their repatriation to their parent departments primarily on the ground that they, having served as Read more about Permanent Absorption of Civil Servant Deputationists in OMG Group[…]

Territorial jurisdiction in Guardianship Matters

Mr. Justice Mohsin Akhtar Kayani in his judgment has decided the issues regarding territorial jurisdiction in guardianship matters in Writ Petition No. 3492 of 2018. 1. Through this writ petition, the petitioners have assailed the concurrent findings passed by the learned Judge Guardian Court vide judgment and decree dated 21.03.2018 and learned Additional District Judge Read more about Territorial jurisdiction in Guardianship Matters[…]

Condonation of Delay without any Sufficient Cause

Mr. Justice MianGul Hassan Aurangzeb in his judgment has decided the issue regarding condonation of delay without any sufficient cause in Civil Appeal No. 2 of 2018. 1. Through the instant appeal under Section 21(4) of the Trade Organizations Act, 2013 (“the 2013 Act”), the appellant, Mian Nasser Hayat Maggo, impugns the order dated 11.05.2018, Read more about Condonation of Delay without any Sufficient Cause[…]

Accountability Court under Trial Accused on Exit Control List

Mr. Justice Athar Minallah in his judgment has decided the issue regarding placement of Accountability Court under trial accused on Exit Control List in Writ Petition No. 1452 of 2018. 1. Through the instant writ petition, the petitioner, Gohar Ullah, impugns the order dated 15.03.2018, passed by the Ministry of Interior (respondent No.1) furnishing the Read more about Accountability Court under Trial Accused on Exit Control List[…]

Vires of Section 122(1), 122(5-A) and 210 of Income Tax Ordinance

Mr. Justice Athar Minallah in his judgment has decided the issue regarding vires of section 122(1), 122(5-A) and 210 of Income Tax Ordinance in Writ Petition No. 4001 of 2012. 1. The facts, in brief, are that the petitioners are juridical persons and were served with respective notices under sections 122(5-A) read with 122(9) of Read more about Vires of Section 122(1), 122(5-A) and 210 of Income Tax Ordinance[…]