Judgments on the constitution, rule of law, and Martial Law in Pakistan
Presents 36 Judgements Of Justice Shah Of Pakistan. Highlights The Difficulties Faced By Judges During The Martial Law Prevails . Mirrors The Social, Political And Constitutional Problems With Which Pakistan Has Been Confronted Since 1968. Useful For Legal Fraternity And Those Interested In Knowing How The Problems In Pakistan Have Been Handled By The Judiciary.
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Contempt of Martial
Abdul Hamid Khan V Government of Pakistan
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Abdul accordance Accordingly action Allah Amendment Amir of Bahawalpur appointed Article 199 Article 2-A Article 48 authority ballot papers Balochistan candidates Central Government clause conferred dated decision declared detention discretion dissolve the National doctrine effect Election Commission exercise Federal Shariat Court fundamental rights Government of Pakistan granted held High Court immunity injunctions of Islam inter alia international law Islam issued judgment jurisdiction Khan Lahore late Amir learned counsel learned judge licence Mahmood Khan Achakzai Majlis-e-Shoora Martial Law Regulation matter Merger Agreement Muhammad Muslim Nasim Hasan Shah National Assembly Objectives Resolution observed Ordinance passport petitioner Pishin Political Parties Act political party polling stations President of Pakistan President's Order presiding officer Prime Minister private property promulgated Provincial Assemblies provisions of Article Punjab Qaisrani question relevant respondent restrictive rule scheduled castes sovereign submitted Supreme Court taken thereof validity vested votes West Pakistan writ petition