Petition against permission for aurat march declared non-maintainable
The Islamabad High Court dismissed the petition against the aurat march and dismissed the petition as incredible.
According to details, the case was heard in Islamabad High Court in Islamabad High Court.
Chief Justice Islamabad High Court Justice Aamir Farooq dismissed the petition filed against the woman’s march, dismissing the petition.
The applicant challenged the DC notification regarding the march permission.
Advocate applicant Nazakat Hussain Abbasi Advocate made the stand that the DC permit notification was an open violation of Article 31 of the Constitution, which the court had reserved.
The lawyer applicant took the stand that according to Article 2 of the Constitution of Pakistan, the religion of the state is Islam. Article 16 was ignored by the permit.
Chief Justice Aamir Farooq inquired that banners and play cards were a matter of the past. What are you concerned about right now? Did not the Freedom of Assembly Constitution Pakistan give them this right?
Nazzat Hussain Abbasi Advocate replied that some restrictions have been imposed in the Freedom of Assembly. This is not possible in the Islamic State.
The Islamabad High Court reserved the verdict after hearing the arguments