The senior judge of Supreme Court (SC) Justice Qazi Faez Isa attended the National Assembly (NA) session of Golden jubilee of 1973 constitution convention and said The judiciary stands with constitution.
While attending the session, Justice Qazi Faez senior judge of Supreme Court said on behalf of his institute that judiciary is the protector of constitution.
He said that the Speaker National Assembly Raja Pervaiz Ashraf invited him to the golden jubilee celebration of the 1973 constitution and he has nothing to do with the political discussion that took place in the Assembly session today.
Justice Qazi Faez Isa maintained all the stakeholders hate each other more than enemies but the parliament and bureaucracy need to be on the same page for the welfare of the people and development of Pakistan.
Timely decisions are the responsibility of the judiciary and the parliament has to make laws which can benefit the people, Justice Qazi Faez Isa added.
He said that the discussion that took place in the parliament today is allowed in the constitution but it is not necessary that he has to agree with the discussion. I came here for the golden jubilee of the constitution, he added.
Justice Qazi Faez Isa lauded PM Shehbaz Sharif’s decision to declare 10th April as constitution day, he said that they all need to learn lessons from their mistakes.
Remember that today, the National Assembly (NA) passed a resolution on the golden jubilee of the 1973 constitution. The resolution was presented in the special meeting of the national assembly by Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif.
In his address to the National Assembly, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif said that 50 years ago politicians came together despite their differences and the Constitution is still protected today.
He also paid tribute to the leaders and parties who gifted the people of Pakistan the Constitution. Primer Shehbaz Sharif said that one year ago the apposition brought Pakistan out of the crisis with the help of this constitution.
He maintained that all the political parties will go into elections on their manifestos. The Constitution has brought everyone all together.