Hearing of petitions regarding voter lists in SC.

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ISLAMABAD: During a hearing in the Supreme Court of petitions regarding voter lists, Chief Justice Iftikhar Mohammad Chaudhry said that he could have raised an objection on the oath administered to President Asif Ali Zardari by Abdul Hameed Dogar but did not do so in order to avoid disharmony in the country, DawnNews reported.
Chief Justice Iftikhar said that the time had come when solutions would have to be created regardless of their possible consequences.
He said the judiciary would not follow the ‘doctrine of necessity’.
The chief justice said the salaries and perks given to nominated members were unconstitutional without the proper formation of an election commission.
The hearing was subsequently adjourned to January 12.

link: http://www.dawn.com/2012/01/10/doctrine-of-necessity-will-not-be-followed-cj.html

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  1. جیف جسٹس صاحب آپ اس حکومت کے ساتھ ضرورت سے زیادہ شفقت فرما رہے ہیں قوم انکے خلاف آپ سے سخت فیصلہ کی توقع کر رہے ہیں آپ کیوں ان سے اتنی نرمی فرما رہے ہیں؟

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