The Trial of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto & the Superior Judiciary in Pakistan
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 By:Syed Sami Ahmad
 Subject:LAW
 Binding:Paper Back
 ISBN:978-969-407-354-5
 Year:2008
 Price:Rs. 595/=
  
Description: THE BOOK deals with the life of zulfikar ali Bhutto as minister of Pakistan as well as with his trial in a murder case by the special bench on trial side of the Lahore High court sentencing him to death and its confirmation by the supreme court of Pakistan the author has very ably appraised the political life of Bhutto pointing out the main causes of his downfall Since the author is one of the eminent lawyers of Pakistan and very rich in experience he has assailed in detail both the judgments of the Lahore high court and of the supreme court of Pakistan leaving no room for any doubt that it was a judicial murder according to the author justice Nasim has an shah on the screen of televisin ‘’GEO’’ON 22nd July 2007, confessed that he was very sorry for the mistake that he committed and further that had he given a dissenting the life of Bhutto would been saved.  
     
 
    History of Pakistan and Role of the Army
 Description: To the meagre knowledgeable literature on the role of the army and the judiciary by a Pakistani author, Syed Sami Ahmad’s book makes a valuable and refreshingly lucid addition, chronicling the major landmarks and landslides in Pakistan’s turbulent history. The book should have been entitled as an account of Pakistan’s judicial failure and the military muddle in war and peace. Except for a rapid survey of the Ayub and the Yahya periods the book says nothing about the catastrophic Zia period, the Musharraf period marked for its sweeping constitutional engineering to secure a permanent power base for the military establishment within a (quasi) democratic set-up. An eminent lawyer and a former president of the Karachi Bar Association, the author uses his vast experience and knowledge of the circumstances forcing the judiciary to cast the first stone at the glasshouse of the budding Pakistani democracy with telling relevance. The naked and repeated military interventions to upset the democratic process drew their legitimacy from the higher judiciary’s resort to the doctrine of necessity
 Subject:PAKISTAN STUDIES
 Book:History of Pakistan and Role of the Army
  
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    The Judiciary of Pakistan and it's role in Political Crises
 Description: Contents:- 1. Tamizuddin Khan Case 2. Chief Justice Muhammad Munir 3. Justice Munir and His role in Judicial Politics 4. Justice A.R. Cornelius the Lone Voice of Judiciary 5. Munir Ignores Disastrous Consequences 6. Chief Justice Munir Validates Martial Law 7. Chief Justice Hamoodur Rehman in Asma Jilani Case 8. Begum Nusrat Bhutto Case 9. The Trial of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto 10. Appeal Before Supreme Court 11. Ziaul Haq’s Despotic Regime 12. Supreme Court of Pakistan in Haji Saifullah Case 13. Nasim Hasan Shah, Cj., In Nawaz Sharif Case 14. Chief Justice Sajjad Ali Shah Vs Syed Sami Ahmad, President Sindh High Court Bar Association, Karachi. 15. Chief Justice Sajjad Ali Shah in Al-Jehad Trust Case 16. Justice Saiduzzaman Siddiqui in Asad Ali Case 17. The Supreme Court of Pakistan in Turmoil
 Subject:LAW
 Book:The Judiciary of Pakistan and it's role in Political Crises
  
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    The Trial of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto & the Superior Judiciary in Pakistan
 Description: THE BOOK deals with the life of zulfikar ali Bhutto as minister of Pakistan as well as with his trial in a murder case by the special bench on trial side of the Lahore High court sentencing him to death and its confirmation by the supreme court of Pakistan the author has very ably appraised the political life of Bhutto pointing out the main causes of his downfall Since the author is one of the eminent lawyers of Pakistan and very rich in experience he has assailed in detail both the judgments of the Lahore high court and of the supreme court of Pakistan leaving no room for any doubt that it was a judicial murder according to the author justice Nasim has an shah on the screen of televisin ‘’GEO’’ON 22nd July 2007, confessed that he was very sorry for the mistake that he committed and further that had he given a dissenting the life of Bhutto would been saved.
 Subject:LAW
 Book:The Trial of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto & the Superior Judiciary in Pakistan
  
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