Pakistan Cyber Force: Supreme Court moved for Judicial probe of PNS attack, blocking Media's rubbish coverage

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Monday, May 23, 2011

Supreme Court moved for Judicial probe of PNS attack, blocking Media's rubbish coverage

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A constitutional petition was filed in the Supreme Court (SC) on Monday for judicial inquiry into PNS attack. According to a private television channel, the petition was filed by Advocate Tariq Asad, seeking that a show cause notice should be served on the prime minister for consulting the army chief instead of seeking the army help under article 245 of the constitution with regard to the prevailing situation. The petitioner contended that Federal Interior Minister Rehman Malik was a CIA agent, who was calling the incident as a reaction to the Abbottabad operation without taking any practical step against the terrorists.

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He submitted that Malik should be investigated and action should taken against him under article 6 if found guilty. Asad submitted that the government had failed to maintain law and order and should be ordered to resign and new elections should be held. He said that PEMRA should be advised to stop media from telecasting news about the attack until complete investigation of the incident. The prime minister through PM’s Secretariat, interior minister, defence minister, army chief and ISI director general are made respondents in the petition.

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