Bilawal vows to oppose extension in military courts’ tenure

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ISLAMABAD: Chairman Pakistan Poeples Party (PPP) Bilawal Bhutto Zardari Thursday said that the PPP would strongly oppose the extension in the tenure of the military courts.
Talking to newsmen at the Parliament House, Bilawal said that he would vehemently oppose the extension of military courts, and regretted that parliament had previously sanctioned such legislation. “I will oppose the extension of military courts’ laws at every forum,” Zardari said.
The PPP chief also assailed the parliament for granting a two-year extension to military courts in 2017 — a decision he said was akin to the house “slashing off its nose”.
The PPP had also opposed the extension in 2017. The two-year extension to military courts is set to expire in March 2019.

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