High treason case sought against seeking army intervention
ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court (SC) was asked for on Friday to guide the Interior Ministry to start a high conspiracy case under Article 6 of the Constitution under the High Treason Punishment Act 1973 against three, including Muhammad Kamran, President of Move on Pakistan, for showing notices in 13 urban areas, asking the armed force boss General over as deliverer.
Previous President of Pakistan Federal Union of Journalist (PFUJ) Afzal Butt documented a request under Article 184 (3) of the Constitution through Muhammad Ikram Chaudhry, petitioning God for guiding the central government to start high treachery argument against Muhammad Kamran, Sheik Rashid Ahmed (MNA) and Dr Danish, grapple Channel 92, Karachi.
The applicant has made Federation of Pakistan through the Ministry of Law and Justice and Parliamentary Affairs, Federal Interior Ministry through secretary inside, Muhammad Kamran, President of Move on Pakistan, Faisalabad, Sheik Rashid Ahmad MNA, Dr Danish and Zahid Farooq Malik, Editor, Metro Watch, Islamabad, as respondents.
The applicant presented that Pakistan was all the while enduring the antagonistic impacts of tyrants’ polices and all the division of national life, political, monetary, social and lawfulness are in undesirable condition.
He said that amid a year ago and 2016 certain political and social components have been attempting to spread the bits of gossip about military tenet in Pakistan and have been occupied with utilizing media and different gatherings for actuating, abetting and scheming for debilitating the lawful and sacred procedure in Pakistan and demonstrating as though Armed Forces were going to assume control over the rule of energy to administer by and by discarding the Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan 1973.
Afzal Butt charged that the crusade has outfitted by Muhammad Kamran, Sheik Rashid Ahmed, Dr. Danish and numerous others through media and attaching publications requesting that General Raheel Sharif assume control as guardian angel, including that the armed force boss has officially reported openly his retirement on time and has an excellent individual foundation.
He facilitate guaranteed that demonstrations of abetting and plotting of respondents are making harm lawful request as well as to abet the repeal of Constitution pulling in Article 5 and 6 of the Constitution which he said eventually will devastate the legal effectively under assault in Pakistan from various areas of the general public and foundations.
Amid a year ago or so there was a customary crusade by Muhammad Kamran, Sheik Rashid and Dr Danish uncommonly and numerous others by and large through press proclamations/TV programs, through notices with and without photographs of Army Chief General Raheel Sharif, requesting that and showing him assume control over the administration as he was the main trust in the country, the applicant battled.
He said that expectations of respondents and others were to discard the sacred request by subverting/annulling the Constitution and clear route for another domineering standard rather than tenet of law and Constitution
The applicant said that Muhamamd Kamran, Sheik Rashid and Dr Danish have ulterior rationale to increase political force and different advantages as done in various established administration periods and not learnt any lesson to help and help the reason for protected tenet.
Afzal Butt communicated that the last military ruler played damnation with the establishments and next paras demonstrate his illegal part though Dr Danish was fined by the Pemra for propping welcome to the Army for military tenet abusing the law and Constitution of Pakistan.
He termed the late crusade unlawful and against the uprightness and solidarity of Pakistan’s Constitution and political structure moreover. The solicitor implored the pinnacle court to guide the central government to start high treachery case under Article 6 of the Constitution offering impact to High Treason (Punishment) Act 1973 for indictment of respondents.