ISLAMABAD: Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Nasir-ul Mulk has denied any contacts with Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf directly or indirectly. He has said that he has met Imran Khan only once in his life. Chief Justice was hearing the case of stopping possible extra-constitutional steps in Supreme Court of Pakistan. During the hearing, he said that this matter would not remain unsolved, we would solve it. Supreme Court issued notices to all the parliamentary parties to solve this matter till tomorrow.
A larger bench of Supreme Court headed by Chief Justice Nasir-ul Mulk is hearing the case. During the proceeding of the case, CJ Nasir-ul Mulk denied any contact with Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf directly or indirectly and said that he had met Imran Khan only once in his life. He said that he met Imran Khan when he was acting chief election commissioner. He added that Hamid Khan and two other leaders were also with him in the meeting. Chief Justice said that they talked to Imran Khan concerning electronic voting including other electoral affairs in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Chief Justice Nasir-ul Mulk said that this matter would not remain unsolved, we would completely solve it.
Justice Anwar Zaheer Jamali said that it had become a tradition to scandalise the institutions. The lawyers of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Mr Hamid Khan Advocate said that the court should take suo motu notice on this issue. During the hearing of the case, Supreme Court issued notices to all parliamentary parties and Awami Tehreek for tomorrow.
The court sought proposals from Tehreek-e-Insaf and Awami Tehreek for solving the matter but both the parties did not submit suggestions today. The court adjourned the hearing till tomorrow.