Saqib Nisar, the top judge of Pakistan on Monday issued strict directives to the PTI-led federal government after expressing grave concerns on the measures being taken to control population growth in the country.
Reportedly, the Supreme Court of Pakistan came down hard on health secretary captain (Rtd) Zahid Saeed after resuming the case pertaining to curb population growth.
The health secretary admitted that the department could not devise and implement effective measures regarding population control.
Meanwhile, the CJP remarked “how could surveys be done while sitting in offices?”
Subsequently, the court ordered him to submit progress report on the matter every three months and adjourned the hearing till tomorrow (Tuesday).
“We will announce the judgment tomorrow,” the CJP said.