Pak Affairs

AJK lawyers demand appointments to top judiciary

MUZAFFARABAD: Azad Jammu and Kashmir lawyers threatened the government to launch a protest movement if judges are not appointed to vacant posts in superior judiciary.

Addressing a news conference here on Friday, Bar Association Standing Committee spokesman Shahid Bahar said four positions are vacant in Azad Kashmir’s High Court, while eight ad hoc judges have been appointed in the Supreme Court.

Bahar termed the situation as a conspiracy to destroy judiciary. He called for early appointment of judges in line with recommendations made by the Chief Justice of Azad Kashmir High Court.-SANA

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