Bilawal Bhutto blames Judiciary of “Double Standards”

Bilawal Bhutto blames Judiciary of "Double Standards"

Pakistan People’s party chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari addressed a function in Karachi saying that Pakistani higher judiciary is on double standards on Imran’s legal matters. While addressing a seminar in Karachi, he said that people are looking towards judiciary for justice but they can’t see any hope.

He added, “I have to unfortunately say that it is very difficult for political parties to defend the double standards and actions which the higher judiciary is proceeding”. He said that it is totally wrong that leader from Larkana is hanged and PPP is still waiting for Zulfikar Ali Bhutto’s execution but our higher court waits one week for former Prime Minister Imran Khan.

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He further said that these double standards are not accepted and won’t work for Pakistan. The judiciary is trying to save Imran Khan’s government and rewrite the whole Pakistani constitution for saving a blue-eyed leader who is just not eligible for Pakistan.

Court mockery by Judges

Bilawal said that Judges are making a mockery of themselves and court also by delaying the hearings and giving merely threats of arrest. He added it is strange that people sitting on such higher positions don’t know the sensitivity and importance of country’s constitution which ia putting back for just one person.

The People’s party chief Bilawal Bhutto Zardari added that there is corruption everywhere in country including the parliament and judiciary too. If there is a proper law and regulation, chief justice can end this corruption from the courts as well as from parliament.

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He also talked about judiciary’s interest in amendments to National Accountability Bureau (NAB) law, he said that judges are taking close interest in it for helping a man who is responsible for this much economy failure of Pakistan.

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