Decision of not providing National Assembly’s record to the Supreme Court

According to the details, the special committee of the National Assembly has made the decision not to provide its record to the Supreme Court. The closed-door meeting of their committee was chaired by Aslam Bhootani, in which the decision of not providing the National Assembly’s record to the Supreme Court was taken.

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In a media conversation, Aslam Bhootani said that the committee has referred the decision regarding the National Assembly’s record to the Speaker. The opinion of the Ministry of Law was sought regarding the National Assembly’s record, and based on their input, the decision was made. We respect the opinion that was formed in the Parliament regarding the National Assembly’s record.

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Aslam Bhootani stated that it was decided to summon the former Chief Justice’s son, Najam Sethi, Mian Azhar, and Abuzar Chadhar in the next meeting. The FIA has submitted the Franz report committee, which is related to the investigation of the explicit audio, and all three individuals can present their stance in the committee on the 31st of this month.

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