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SC moved against use of force on rally

- January 16, 2013 - Updated 2015 PKT - From Web Edition

ISLAMABAD: An application has been filed in the Supreme Court of Pakistan, seeking the apex court orders against any possible use of force against the long-marchers sitting in the capital for the last three days, Geo News reported Wednesday.


The application filed by a local lawyer, stated that any use of force against the protesters would be in violation of the basic rights provided by the Constitution.


It said that interior minister be directed against using any weapon against the participants of the march.

Reader Comments
It looks like gangsters, looters; political thieves are all united against any change. It is sad to see where Mr Khan stands

s chaudhury
United Kingdom
Of late the Interior Minister has stated than any person dying on account of Pneumonia, proceedings shall be initiated against Dr Qadri for homicide. Is learned Minister suggesting that proceedings should be initiated against the President, the Prime Minister and the Health Minister for death of hundreds of children on account of Measles.

Syed Ahmed
It seems that the majority of Pakistani nation is still immature . Another 5 years of Zardari & co.

Shaid kayani
It was in news today that govt might use force against long march participants at night which would be totally unconstitutional. This is exactly what army is watching and waiting for. If govt action gets lethal, then you know what will happen.

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