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Supreme Court Issues Order in NAB Amendments Case


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The Supreme Court has released a detailed order pertaining to the NAB amendments case hearing, which transpired on October 31. The written order divulges that the highest court in the land has extended an invitation to the incarcerated PTI chief, offering him an opportunity to present himself before the court. This development underscores the court’s commitment to ensuring a fair and transparent legal process.

The Supreme Court has further decreed that a copy of this order be promptly transmitted to the PTI chief, who is currently held in Adiala Jail. This measure is aimed at keeping the involved parties informed and maintaining transparency throughout the proceedings.

In addition to these directives, the Supreme Court has initiated a formal notification process by issuing notices to the attorney general for Pakistan and all provincial advocate generals. These legal representatives have a pivotal role in the proceedings, and their engagement will help in ensuring that all aspects of the case are diligently examined.

The means of delivering the notice to the PTI chief has also been specified, with the jail superintendent overseeing the task. This meticulous approach demonstrates the court’s commitment to observing legal procedures and ensuring that all parties involved are aware of the ongoing developments.

The NAB amendments case has been under the scrutiny of a five-member bench, with Chief Justice Faez Isa at the helm of the proceedings. As the main applicant in this case, the PTI chief’s involvement is central to the proceedings.

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