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Top judge has no right to humiliate judges in open courts: Justice Aziz

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The Chief Justice of Islamabad High Court (IHC) criticized the Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Justice Mian Saqib Nisar, saying he has no right to humiliate judges in open courts.

The comments came mere days after the Larakana incident and the resignation of the humiliated Larkana sessions judge.

According to Pakistani media outlet Geo News, IHC Chief Justice said if the CJP would not respect judges, the judges too have the right to defend themselves.

Take a quick look: Larkana judge humiliated by CJP resigns

The Larkana incident

The chief justice was on a visit to district courts in Larkana when a sessions judge became victim to his wrath. CJP also threw the judge’s phone on his work table after spotting the device there, warning him to keep his phone in his room during hearings.

The whole episode was aired by private TV news channels.

Take a quick look: CJP Saqib Nisar expresses anger at Larkana sessions judge, throws his mobile phone on desk

 

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