LAHORE (City News) – The Lahore High Court (LHC) has approved the petition against appointments of sixteen advisers and special assistants to Prime Minister Imran Khan for hearing, Dunya News reported on Monday.
LHC Chief Justice Muhammad Qasim Khan has sent notices to all parties involved in the case including the federal government.
The court has inquired about qualifications and appointment procedure of the aides along with their asset details and services for the country. Muhammad Qasim Khan remarked it is unfortunate that people fill their briefcases and leave.
The LHC chief justice had earlier said that the federal government’s position is weak in this case.
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