Khan Asfandyar Wali Vs Federation of Pakistan
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In the Khan Asfandyar Wali Vs Federation of Pakistan, case NAB Ordinance issued by General Pervaiz Musharraf was challenged through many writ petitions under article 184 (3) in the Supreme Court of Pakistan stating that it was repugnant to many articles of the Constitution of Pakistan 1973. In Asfandyar Wali Khan vs FOP, the Supreme Court decided in the favour of respondent. Table of Contents Asfandyar Wali Khan Vs. Federation of Pakistan PLD 2001 SC 607 Background Writ in the Supreme Court Decision of the Supreme Court Conclusion Asfandyar Wali Khan Vs. Federation of Pakistan PLD 2001 SC ..read more
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Causes Of Failure Of 1962 Constitution
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The causes of failure of 1962 constitution of Pakistan includes dictatorship, Presidential form of government, secularism, unicameral legislature, lack of provincial autonomy, lack of checks and balances, misuse of power, no fundamental rights, the rise of Bhutto, the war of 1965, protests and unpopular constitution. Table of Contents Causes Of Failure Of 1962 Constitution 1. Dictatorship 2. Presidential form of Government 3. Secularism 4. Unicameral Legislature 5. Lack of Provincial Autonomy 6. Lack of Check and Balance 7. Misuse of Power 8. No Fundamental Rights 9. Rise of Bhutto 10. War ..read more
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Al Jehad Trust Case (Judges Case)
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The leading case, Al Jehad Trust case Vs. the Federation of Pakistan is also known as Judges Case. In this case, the Supreme Court of Pakistan settled down the rules regarding the appointment of ad-hoc judges, acting judges, permanent judges, and their transfers, etc, and blocked the interference of the executive in the judiciary. Table of Contents Al Jehad Trust Case (Judges Case) PLD 1996 SC 324 Background Writ in Supreme Court Objection of Federation Objection Overruled Arguments of Federation The Decision of the Supreme Court Rules Settled Down Conclusion Al Jehad Trust Case (Judges ..read more
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Nawaz Sharif Vs. The President Of Pakistan Case
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5M ago
In Nawaz Sharif Vs. The President of Pakistan Case, Prime Minister Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif filed a writ petition in the Supreme Court of Pakistan and challenged his dismissal as Prime Minister and the dissolution of assemblies by the act of President Ghulam Ishaq Khan. Table of Contents Nawaz Sharif Vs. The President of Pakistan PLD 1993 SC 473 Background Writ in Supreme Court Objection by Attorney General Questions before the Supreme Court Article 58 (2)B of the Constitution The Decision of the Supreme Court Notable Remarks Dissenting Note of Justice Sajjad Ali Shah Conclusion Na ..read more
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Indian Independence Act 1947
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By the Indian Independence Act 1947 Sir Syed Ahmad Khan’s ‘Two Nation Theory’ was implemented and two different states for two different nations the Hindus and the Muslims were established. It separated British India into two independent states India and Pakistan and ended the Emperor system by the British. Table of Contents Indian Independence Act 1947 Salient Features of the Indian Independence Act 1947 1. Two Dominions 2. Constituent Assemblies 3. Governor-General of New Dominions 4. The Office of SOS was Abolished 5. Armed Forced Division 6. Existing Instruments 7. Bengal 8. Title of Em ..read more
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Government of India Act 1935
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Government of India Act 1935 played an important role in the constitutional development of Pakistan. When Pakistan became an independent state, it was adopted as the country’s interim constitution with some amendments. Table of Contents What is the Government of India Act 1935? Salient Features of the Government of India Act 1935 1. Federation of India 2. Division of Power 3. Autonomy of Provinces 4. Diarchy at Centre 1. Reserved 2. Transferred 5. Bicameral Legislation 6. Federal Court 7. Secretary of State 8. Voting Rights 9. Sindh and Bombay 10. Bihar and Orissa 11. Burma Drawbacks o ..read more
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Usif Patel Case
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Usif Patel case is also a significant case in the constitutional and judicial history of Pakistan. It started after the judgment of the Molvi Tameez ud Din case when 46 laws passed by the Constituent Assembly without the assent of the Governor General became invalid by the effect of Judgment and there arose legal crises in the country. Table of Contents Usif Patel Case Vs Crown PLD 1955 SC 387 Background Facts of Usif Patel Case Writ in Chief Sindh Court Appeal in Federal Court Arguments by Petitioner Arguments by Respondent Decision of Federal Court Conclusion Usif Patel Case Vs Crown ..read more
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Begum Nusrat Bhutto Case
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Begum Nusrat Bhutto Case, (Vs Chief of Army Staff) was the second case in which the Supreme Court validated Martial law imposed in the country by the Army officials, based on the “Doctrine of Necessity”. Table of Contents Begum Nusrat Bhutto Case PLD 1977 SC 657 Background Facts of Nusrat Bhutto Case Writ in the Supreme Court Arguments of Yahya Bakhtiyar Arguments of Respondent Decision of the Supreme Court Conclusion Begum Nusrat Bhutto Case PLD 1977 SC 657 The leading constitutional case, the Nusrat Bhutto case is explained in simple words. Background On the 7th of March 1977, there w ..read more
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Asma Jilani Case
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6M ago
Asma Jilani Vs. The Government of the Punjab case is a unique and important case in the Constitutional history of Pakistan. In the Asma Jilani case, the Supreme Court of Pakistan declared the first two Martial laws, by General Muhammad Ayub Khan on the 7th of October 1958 and General Yahya Khan on 21 March 1969, illegal. Table of Contents Asma Jilani Case PLD 1972 SC 139 Background Facts of the Asma Jilani Case Appeal in the Supreme Court Decision of the Supreme Court Conclusion FAQs Asma Jilani Case PLD 1972 SC 139 The Asma Jilani Case has been briefly and simply explained below. Bac ..read more
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The State Vs Dosso Case
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6M ago
The State Vs Dosso Case is the most important constitutional case in the history of Pakistan, in which the first Martial law imposed by General Ayub Khan was declared valid by the Supreme Court of Pakistan. Table of Contents The State Vs Dosso Case PLD 1958 SC 533 Background Writ in High Court Decision of High Court Appeal in Supreme Court The Decision of the Supreme Court Kelsen Theory Conclusion FAQs The State Vs Dosso Case PLD 1958 SC 533 The State Vs Dosso case is described below in very simple words. Background Dosso was a tribal person, living in the Loralai District in Balochistan ..read more
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