Posted on April 24, 2007
Filed Under >Adil Najam, Law & Justice, Politics
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40 responses to “Chief Justice Case: Is Something About To Happen?”

  1. Watan Aziz says:

    Piecing together the puzzle and making sense of it all is, of course, leading to much speculation everywhere and by everyone. Much of it is exactly that – speculation.

    And we should resist the urge to indulge in both the speculation and the gossip.

    Take a position based on reason and conviction, or hold your peace.

  2. ali m.m. khan says:

    Just for your information…..I had no idea of this face painting episode until i heard /saw a clip on CNN here in the USA…Also, fyi, the recent developements of pakistan have receveid almost zero converage on CNN but this made it to the news…

  3. Sami-ul-Haq says:

    It has since on 9th March, 2007 been brought to the notice of everybody that the Chief Justice of Pakistan Mr. Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudry was suspended by the Presidential refrence. However, the 13 member bench have come to the final stage that counsil for the fedration and certainly President Gen Pervez Musharraf could not despitach any adduce to the bench. It is further notified that it’s indeed aggravated for Government.

    Despite all that has been said the fact that the results have so for been well worth the efforts for Chief Justice and Rana Bagwan Dass is continue that nation will be soon hearing good news from which has been exppected by us. ( Insha Allah )

    SAMI-UL-HAQ (PAKISTAN)

  4. Aatif says:

    What ever is happening is just ridiculous. Musharaf is not a bad person but over confidence and power makes you take wrong decisions.

    As far as religion is a concern for some in Pakistan “ Its between a man and the Godâ€