Pakistan

Supreme Court reserves verdict in 18th, 21st amendments case

ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court on Friday reserved its verdict over the petitions challenging 18th and 21st amendments in the constitution after conclusion of the arguments of the Attorney General, ARY News reported.

Supreme Court’s full bench headed by Chief Justice Nasirul Mulk heard the case.

Attorney General Salman Aslam Butt in his arguments before the bench said that the Supreme Court has no mandate to declare a constitutional amendment as void. He argued that the military courts have been constituted to curb terrorism and given constitutional protection.

After the arguments of the Attorney General the bench reserved its verdict over the constitutional petitions against the 18th and 21st constitutional amendments.

The bench is expected to announce the judgment of the case in next few days.

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