KARACHI: Sindh High Court (SHC) on Friday refused to issue a notice to provincial minister for information in a petition seeking formation of Joint Investigation Team (JIT) over allegations of patronizing criminals elements against Saeed Ghani and Imtiaz Sheikh.
A bench of the SHC, headed by Justice Muhammad Ali Mazhar, was hearing the petition that sought constitution of a joint investigation team (JIT) to probe the allegations levelled against both ministers.
The court asked the litigant to satisfy as to maintainability of his petition seeking disqualification of Sindh Information Minister Saeed Ghani and Energy Minister Imtiaz Shaikh over alleged connections with criminals.
The SHC directed the petitioner to come prepared on the next hearing to put forward his arguments on the maintainability of his plea.
Over the course of the hearing, the bench asked the litigant who should the court issue notice to.
Justice Mazhar asked him to explain which forums has he has availed to seek redressal of his grievance before approaching this court.
“Did you lodge an FIR against the ministers,” he further questioned.
The bench instructed the petitioner to approach this court when no one acts on his plea.
The judges, however, give him time to prepare his arguments to satisfy the court as to why this court proceed with his petition.