Islamabad Tonight 26th April Program on Supreme Court decision against Gilani and Gilani’s qualification
Here is a good program Islamabad Tonight by Nadeem Malik on Supreme Court conviction against Gilani.
Convicted and technically disqualified PM Gilani willing to fight with SC–> Things like these invite French type revolution
PPP is back with their Jiyala and political martyr politics showing defiance against the constitution. SC convicted Gilani in contempt of court case and also applied the clause of 63-g of Pakistani Constitution.
PPP lawyers and PPP members including formerly respected lawyer,Atzaz Ahsan, is playing the role of devil’s advocate and is hell bound to protect the corruption and corrupt government of PPP. Its a shame that how these fake intellectuals first gain respect of the people by taking idealistic lines and once the time to take real stand comes they sell their souls to the devil.
Yusuf Raza Gilani is saying that no matter what decision comes, he will not be disqualified and he is willing to invoke confrontation between court and parliament.
After things like these options like French Revolution (with all due disagreement) look appropriate options. It seems government is forcing people to go for this kind of step.
May Allah help Pakistan and show people the right path to fight these tyrant and corrupt rulers.
In a historic and remarkable decision today, Supreme Court of Pakistan declared PM Gilani as guilty in Contempt of Court case against him for disobeying court orders in NRO case.
A seven-member bench, headed by Justice Nasirul Mulk announced the conviction violating article 63 (1) (g) of the Constitution and for ridiculing the court. Gilani is punished for the duration of the court sitting time for the case today. “For reasons to be recorded later, the prime minister is found guilty of contempt for wilfully flouting the direction of the Supreme Court,” said Justice Nasirul Mulk (according to Express Tribune).
Punishment to Gillani seems to be minor but it will be enough to disqualify him and it has also limited his chances of becoming a political martyr or jail hero. I would say with a bit reservation that its not a bad decision but a bit wise one.
Hopefully, things will improve in the country and Rule of Law based on equality and justice will find its way in the country.