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IHC hears case against inclusion of PM’s advisers in privatization committee

IHC hears case against inclusion of PM’s advisers in privatization committee
July 14, 2020
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – The Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Tuesday heard the case against inclusion of special advisers of prime minister in privatization committee of the federal cabinet. During the hearing of the case, Barrister Mohsin Shahnawaz argued that cabinet committee members must be members of the Parliament so appointment of Finance Adviser Hafeez Shaikh as chairman of the committee is illegal. Barrister Mohsin further said that three members of the committee are not members of National Assembly (MNA). “The cabinet members take two oaths but on the other hand, advisers are appointment by just a notification.” Mohsin Shahnawaz further argues that advisers are not guardians of constitution and democracy as they don’t take oath according to the constitution, which makes their appointment as unconstitutional. The IHC issued notice to federal government in case against inclusion of special advisors in privatization committee of the federal cabinet and sought reply within a week.
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