Buy the road infront of Bilawal house if President wants to block it: Judge

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Residents of the area and citizens of Karachi have been quite vocal about President taking over he road, erecting a massive 50-feet wall on the green belt and then shutting down the road completely by putting gates on either side of the road.

“Ask the president to buy the land, if he is so concerned about his security,” remarked Justice Sarmad Jalal Osmany while hearing the implementation of Karachi violence suo motu recommendations given a year ago.

The Supreme Court further said that blocking public roads violates Article 9 of the constitution, adding that the Article 9 ensures a citizens right to life.

Court also showed it’s displeasure on the closure of the road from Shaheen Complex to the Arts Council roundabout. In reply, AIG Bashir Memon gave a unreasonable response towards which court had a cold reaction and said that it was blocked to protect Home secretary and their IG.

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8 Comments
  1. Mohammed Shoaib says

    yahan to chota sa SP bi apnay ghar ke bahar ki road block karkay rehta hai yes to phir bi zardaaari hai iska to haq banta hai.

  2. Ather Ahmad Nasir says

    yahan par to jiska dil chahta hay apne ghar k bahir speed breaker bana leta hay..wo to phir president hay..

  3. Mohammed Shoaib says

    speedbreaker ki to khair hai ek Police walay ne to puri gali band kardi dukanay band karwa di jahan woh rehta hai just beside pso house.

  4. Tahir Usman says

    How the hell can anyone even if hes a president block any public road? Only in third world countries!

  5. Nauman Aleem Durrani says

    Hope they all die soon.Blood suckers!!!

  6. Chakri Makri says

    kuch din pehlay tak PM gillani 100 cars k protocol k sath travel kerta tha aur aaj akela kotton ki tarhan phir raha hai yehi kuch is k sath bhi hoga, slum dogs have become tillionaiire.

  7. Rameez Khalid says

    bc ka bacha hai agla.

  8. Weltake Autoparts says

    Incredible Pakistan

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