The Supreme Court declared PTI chairman’s petition against the NAB amendments admissible.
The Supreme Court has said in its decision that the cases of all the people sitting in public positions have been reinstated, the Supreme Court has declared the petition against the NAB amendments admissible.
The court reinstated all the cases that were closed below the limit of 50 crores and the court said that all closed inquiries, cases are reinstated, all cases should be rescheduled in NAB courts and accountability courts.
The member bench had reserved the decision of the case on September 5 and in this regard, Justice Umar Atta Bandial said that he will decide this important case before retirement.
The three-member bench of the Supreme Court includes Chief Justice of Pakistan Umar Ata Bandial along with Justice Ejazul Hassan and Justice Mansoor Ali Shah.
The roster of today’s hearing was released by the Supreme Court, in which it was stated that the decision on the NAB Amendment case will be pronounced today at 12:15 PM.
It may be remembered that Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) had filed a petition against the NAB amendments.