Supreme Court directs government to bring new NAB law in 3 months

Supreme Court directs government to bring new NAB law in 3 months

The Supreme Court, hearing the notice of the case on Article 25A of the NAB Ordinance, ordered the government to bring the new NAB law within three months.

In 2016, the then Chief Justice of Pakistan Anwar Zaheer Jamali took notice of 25A of the 1999 National Accountability Ordinance from the Attorney General of Pakistan, all the Provincial Advocate General, the Chairman NAB, all the Directors General of NAB and all the Provincial Prosecutor General. What was asked

Today (Wednesday) the hearing of the Somoto notice taken on Article 25A of the NAB Ordinance was heard, in which Additional Attorney General Aamir Rahman and Senator Farooq H. Naik argued.

The court remarked during the hearing that it expects the authorities to resolve the issue related to NAB law and the appropriate law regarding NAB law will be approved by Parliament.

According to the Attorney General, according to the Attorney General, Farooq H. Naik has submitted the bill to the NAB law in Parliament and the government is trying to create consensus among all political parties to amend the NAB law.

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