Great sense of responsibility by Justice Falak-Sher—>Keep it UP!

According to Media Reports Justice Falak Sher (one of the non-PCO genuine Judges of Supreme Court) rejected the offer of becoming the Chief Justice of Pakistan in August 2007 and during recent crises in place of Genuine Cheif Justice of Pakistan Iftikhar Ahmed Chaudhary.

There was an application in pending by Justice Falak Sher in the law ministry and the presidency on the issue of seniority and on this basis Government thought it to be an opportunity to use against CJP Iftikhar Chaudhary but the refusal of Justice Falak Sher didn’t support their motives by saying,”I will disappoint you”.

Also during the reference case on 13th May he refused to be a part of the bench hearing the case by saying,”On account of seniority and being the senior-most judge in the country, it would be improper for me to hear a case in which the chief justice is a party, who like other judges of the Supreme Court is junior to me from four to nine years”.

We thank you all Justice Falak Sher for showing great sense of responsibility and commitment with the country. 

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Who is right?Who is wrong?(Judge from the constitution of Pakistan)

After his illegal actions against the judiciary and the constitution of Pakistan, the dictator almost daily give baseless statements justifying his illegal actions against the judiciary of Pakistan.

One of his allegation is tha judiciary was interfering in the executive and government

powers so to find the truth about the allegations  I decided to consult the constitution

to see what it says about the responsibilities of a judiciary:

Below are the words of Oath a judge takes

(from schedule 3 of the “Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan).

[Articles 178 and 194]

(In the name of Allah, the most Beneficent, the most Merciful.)

I, ____________, do solemnly swear that I will bear true faith and allegiance to Pakistan:

That, as Chief Justice of Pakistan (or a Judge of the Supreme Court of Pakistan or Chief Justice or a Judge of the High Court for the Province or Provinces of ____________) I will discharge my duties, and perform my functions, honestly to the best of my ability and faithfully in accordance with the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan and the law:

That I will abide by the code of conduct issued by the Supreme Judicial Council:

That I will not allow my personal interest to influence my official conduct or my official decisions:

That I will preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan:

And that, in all circumstances, I will do right to all manner of people, according to law, without fear or favor, affection or ill-will.

May Allah Almighty heap and guide me (A’meen.)

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Now if Musharraf says the judiciary was interfering then he should also think what the government and the executive

authorities were doing weren’t they violating the basic human rights?

(given by the constitution, with special reference to missing person’s case),

how about Musharraf’s elections?(the candidates eligibility in the constitution) and also in the cases of steelmills,

sugarcane etc.

Now lets look at what promises an armed force personnel has to do in his oath(The oath which Musharraf also took as an army officer).

Members Of The Armed Forces
[Article 244]

(In the name of Allah, the most Beneficent, the most Merciful.)
I, ____________, do solemnly swear that I will bear true faith and allegiance to Pakistan and uphold the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan which embodies the will of the people, that I will not engage myself in any political activities whatsoever and that I will honestly and faithfully serve Pakistan in the Pakistan Army (or Navy or Air Force) as required by and under the law.

May Allah Almighty help and guide me (A’meen)
You have the right to judge.

Judiciary was just doing there job(infact after a long time), whereas the dictator has violated the constitution and his oath.

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Send Your Articles and comments for united4justice movement on

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Its a real nice effort by some Pakistani students living abroad

and its great that their affiliation with Pakistan is still very strong.

Best of Luck to them and also do contribute to their cause.

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