The author is associated with Jang Group as Legal Advisor, he occasionally writes on legal and human rights issues , He practices law as advocate of the Sindh High Court and also pursue Doctorate Degree in Law from SZABUL.
In the absence of reliable protection for those at risk of abuse and violence, honour crimes continue to increase
Caretaker governments are meant to hold fair and free elections in a transparent manner
The rising number of child rape cases is a very serious issue
Unless authorised under law or by a court, telephone tapping is prohibited in Pakistan.
The kind of judicial reforms that can be undertaken in Pakistan and how to go about them
Lahore High Court has declared the sedition law as ultra vires of the constitution and struck down Section 124-A of the Pakistan Penal Code
Children engaged in domestic labour remain deprived of their basic rights
The registration of multiple complaints for the same offence is contrary to the spirit of the constitution
In Pakistan, judicial activism has played a crucial role in shaping the political landscape
For five years, the Aurat March has been raising pressing issues faced by women in the country, but continues to face legal challenges