Pakistan News Service

Tuesday Jun 18, 2019, Shawwal 14, 1440 Hijri
Pakistan News Home -> Top -> News Details

Justice Asif Saeed Khosa excused himself from Hudaibiya Papers Mills case

13 November, 2017

  Related News  
Hudaibiya Paper Mills case hearing to start from Monday
Farooq Sattar took resignation back soon after giving it
  More on this View All

LAHORE: The three-member that was to hear a petition filed by National Accountability Bureau (NAB) to re-open Hudaibiya Papers Mills case broke on Monday as Justice Asif Saeed Khosa excused himself from the bench hearing the plea.

As the hearing proceeded, Justice Khosa observed that the case was wrongly put up by the Registrar Office before him.

“In Panama Papers case, I had ordered to re-open the Hudaibiya case and directed the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) to proceed further in the light of April 20 verdict,” he remarked.

The hearing was then adjourned for an indefinite period however, the NAB prosecutor pleaded to fix a date within a week.

The bench, headed by Justice Asif Saeed Khosa and comprising Justice Dost Mohammad Khan and Justice Mazhar Alam Miankhel had been formed on Friday to take up the case on Nov 13. A new bench will have to be constituted by the chief justice to take up the case.

 What do you think about the story ? Leave your comments!

Heading (Optional)
Your Comments: *

Your Name:*
E-mail (Optional):
City (Optional):
Country (Optional):
Field marked(*) are mandatory.
Note. The PakTribune will publish as many comments as possible but cannot guarantee publication of all. PakTribune keeps its rights reserved to edit the comments for reasons of clarity, brevity and morality. The external links like http:// https:// etc... are not allowed for the time being to be posted inside comments to discourage spammers.

  Speak Out View All
Military Courts
Imran - Qadri long march
Candid Corner
Exclusive by
Lt. Col. Riaz Jafri (Retd)
Pakistan itself a victim of state-sponsored terrorism: Qamar Bajwa
Should You Try Napping During the Workday?
Suggested Sites