Chief Justice of Supreme Court of Pakistan, Justice Anwar Zaheer Jamali has said that the judiciary had severe reservations over the 21st constitutional amendment but showed immense restraint and patience to protect the integrity of the system instead of taking tough decisions against it.
He was heading a three part seat listening to a request for decisions of chairman and appointee leader in Sindh through a show of hands.
Farooq H. Naek, the advice for the legislature, said that the standard for show of hands was to guarantee straightforwardness in the race process. He said that it is apparent what happens amid mystery tallies amid Senate decision. The Chief Justice commented that if there were inconsistencies in the Senate races then revisions ought to be gone to redress them.
While finishing up his comments, the Chief Justice said that every extraordinary issue for the decision of the chairman and delegate leader ought to be unraveled by shared conference between all gatherings as now just the issue of self sense of self remained.
The procedures were conceded till fourteenth April when Farrogh Naseem would exhibit the case for the benefit of MQM.