Former chief justice Saqib Nisar and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan deliberated the judiciary’s role regarding the current political crisis and constitutional issues.
Former CJP Saqib, who called on Imran Khan at the latter’s Lahore residence on Wednesday, asked the former prime minister to not criticise the judiciary.
Talking to a private TV channel following the meeting, former Justice Saqib Nisar lauded the country’s judiciary for doing “great work”.
The country’s former top adjudicator said he also discussed the constitutional crisis in Punjab, as well as the issue of the oath-taking of the newly elected Punjab chief minister with Khan.
Earlier, Former Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday said that tomorrow all Pakistanis will be celebrating Shab-e-Dua for the “real freedom of Pakistan”.
He urged the party stalwarts to spread his words and urge other people to join Imran Khan and Maulana Tariq Jamil in prayers for the country. He was addressing the workers convention here in Lahore.
He maintained that he faced the conspiracy crafted by the United States (US) as his foreign policy focused on the betterment of the nation.
Former Prime Minister reiterated that he would never sacrifice his nation for foreign powers.
He also questioned the government about the on-purpose media blackout.