ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court has postponed the Faizabad sit-in review case until January 22, 2024. Chief Justice Qazi Faiz Isa, heading a three-member bench alongside Justice Aminuddin Khan and Justice Athar Minullah, heared the review case.
Prior to the hearing, the federal government established an inquiry commission to execute the case’s decision and issued a corresponding notification. The commission, led by IG (retd) Akhtar Ali Shah and comprising IG (retd) Tahir Alam and additional secretary interior Khushhal Khan, is tasked with submitting its report within two months. It’s noteworthy that the apex court had previously rejected the fact-finding committee and mandated the government to form an inquiry commission.
Former interior minister and Awami Muslim League chief Sheikh Rashid Ahmed, a petitioner in the case, addressed the media on the Supreme Court premises. When asked about his stance on the PTI chairman, he responded, “By the grace of Allah, I have maintained both relationships, of friendship and enmity, throughout my life.”