Instructions to submit reply to Home Secretary, Defense Secretary and Prime Minister’s Office
On the issue of alleged audio leak, the Islamabad High Court has extended the order to stop former Chief Justice Saqib Nisar’s son from summoning the parliamentary committee till September 18.
Justice Babar Sattar of the Islamabad High Court heard the petition of former Chief Justice Saqib Nisar’s son Najamul Thaqib against the summons on the issue of audio leak.
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The Additional Attorney General said that the Attorney General is not present in Islamabad, so some time should be given.
On which Justice Babar Sattar remarked that take this matter seriously and submit the answer, if you do not answer then I will call the concerned secretaries.
Justice Babar Sattar said that surveillance should be done or not? What will be the status of the data that will come? This is what you have to say, your data has been released from Prime Minister House.
The court directed the Interior Secretary, Defense Secretary and the Prime Minister’s Office to submit their reply within 2 weeks and summoned the Interior Secretary and the Defense Secretary in personal capacity for the next hearing.
The Islamabad High Court said that if necessary, answers and affidavits will also be sought from the secretaries and intelligence agencies and telecom companies.
Later, the Supreme Court adjourned the further hearing of the case till September 18.
It should be remembered that the special parliamentary committee of the National Assembly summoned Najam-ul-Thaqib.