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Summoning of PM, cabinet, army officers are not mandate of courts: Law Minister

Islamabad: Federal Minister for Law and Human Rights Azam Nazeer Tarrar has said that it is not the courts mandate to call senior army officers, cabinet and premier in the courts.

Addressing a presser responding the Islamabad High Court (IHC) remarks in poet Farhad Ahmed missing case, the Federal Minister for Law Azam Nazeer Tarrar said that he felt pain on the remarks of the IHC.

The Minister said that the constitution has defined limits of every institution and using its powers.

He said that the judges should send messages through their verdicts.

The Minister said that if the secretaries will not satisfy the court then the premier and cabinet members will be seated in the court, this manner is always been remained inappropriate.

He said that there are two dimensions of a coin in the missing person case and the both the dimension should be shown.

Before time hard talks were spoken in an one respite not par with the judiciary, he said.

The abduction of a poet is a serious matter and the matter should be progressed with seriousness, he added.

The Pakistan Military works in its parameter, he furthered.

Hatred base speeches were spread on the social media when a defamation bill was presented in the cabinet while some quarters criticised the bill, he said.

He apprised that the PM has established a committee while Rana Sana Ullah will be convener of the committee.