Supreme Court issued a show-cause notice to Aamir Liaquat in contempt of court case

ISLAMABAD (PAK TIMES): Aamir Liaquat Hussain has been served a show-cause notice on Friday by the apex court of the country to explain as to why contempt of court proceedings should not be started against him over contemptuous remarks.

Chief Justice Mian Saqib Nisar, who headed a bench of the Supreme Court, asked the alleged contemnor to explain why the ECP’s notification of Aamir Liaquat’s victory in the July 25 elections should not be suspended.

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Chief Justice of Pakistan asked if a person who doesn’t even know how to speak at a public forum should be a member of the parliament of the country.

During the last hearing, the Supreme Court of Pakistan had imposed a fine of Rs20, 000 on Aamir Liaquat Hussain for failing to appear before the top court.

Top court judge, Justice Nisar had questioned Aamir Liaquat’s counsel why an arrest warrant should not be issued for his client for failing to appear before the Supreme Court of Pakistan.

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