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Senator Farogh Naseem to get back his portfolio

29 November, 2019

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Senator Farogh Naseem who resigned voluntarily as Federal Law Minister to represent Chief of Army staff, Genreral Qamar Javed Bajwa in tenure extension case, will get back his portfolio today. As per details garnered, the senior lawyer will take oath as law minister today (Nov 29).

As per sources,President Arif Alvi will administer the oath at his official residence in Islamabad after which the Cabinet Division will issue a notification of his appointment.

Earlier Yesterday, Farogh Naseem stated that he had voluntarily tendered resignation for the better interest of the country. “If anyone does not believe it, he can ask it from prime minister”, the senior lawyer was quoted as saying.
 
Senator Farogh Naseem had resigned as the minister of law and justice on Nov 27 to fight the case of Pakistan Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa. “The Cabinet had lauded Farogh Naseem’s abilities and hard work,” Rasheed Ahmed stated in a presser while adding that none of the Cabinet members criticised the former law minister.

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