Tuesday , June 18 2024

If the Prime Minister cannot work, he should step down, Islamabad High Court's strict comment – ​​News India Live

Islamabad: A High Court of Pakistan has made a sharp comment on the non-appearance of Caretaker Prime Minister Anwarul Haq Kakkar in the case of missing Baloch students. Islamabad High Court said that if acting Prime Minister Kakkar cannot fulfill his responsibilities then he should resign from the post.

Kakkar did not appear for the second time also

Kakkar did not appear in court for the second time on Monday demanding the recovery of missing Baloch students. Justice Mohsin Akhtar Kayani asked Attorney General Mansoor Usman Awan, appearing for the government, about Prime Minister Kakkar's absence. The Attorney General said that the Prime Minister could not attend it due to his busy schedule in Karachi.

High Court raised questions on absence

After this, the court also raised questions on the absence of Defense and Home Ministers. Justice Kiyani expressed concern over the non-recovery of missing persons without criminal records.

The High Court judge said that the purpose of summoning the Prime Minister was to ask why he failed to perform his duty. If the Prime Minister, Defense Minister and Home Minister and Secretary cannot perform their duties, they should resign from their posts.