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Notice issued to govt over immunity law

February 21, 2011 - Updated 00 PKT
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LAHORE: The Lahore High Court issued the notice to the federal government over Diplomatic and Consular Privileges Act 1972, Geo News reported.


A petition has been filed against the law. The CJ LHC Justice Ijaz Ahmed Chaudhry refused to summon former foreign minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi saying its too early to call him at the moment.


The petitioner Azhar Siddiqui pleaded that no law gives diplomats license to kill. Later, the court adjourned the hearing till 14th March.

Reader Comments
They give aid to us so they can kill us?

Its other way around Mr Siddhu Sardar Ji. Get your figures straight before you find yourself capable of posting comments.

Faqir Mohammad
No point in mixing terrorists with appointed CIA agents. They are two categories Killings is too bad and humanity does not allow this kind of activities. Use of force against unarmed by soldiers is also wrong and countries who carry that kind of carnage must refrain from such acts and abide by the International laws.

Mohammad Akram
United Kingdom
If we have a licence to kill and explode bombs in other countries then others too have a licence to kill us.

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