Islamabad: Attorney General of Pakistan Anwar Mansoor Khan has appreciated and hailed the Supreme Court’s ‘Historic’ on Thursday.
The Supreme Court of Pakistan has granted COAS the extension of six more months here on Thursday and advised the federal government to look after all the legal requirements.
Hailing the strength of law, he said, “The interpretation of the law and the constitution will serve as a precedent for the future.”
He went on saying that “We should understand the verdict given by the Supreme Court in the context that it was given. We should not say anything that affects the morale of the armed forces.”
Moreover, Former law minister Farogh Naseem has also cleared the air saying that nobody has forced him to resign.
“Neither did the prime minister nor General Bajwa ask me to resign. It was my own decision.”
While shedding light at the SC verdict, he said that “The tenure of the army chief will begin from tonight. The government will bring a law in six months to decide the tenure of the army chief and whatever is decided, that is the right of the parliament.”