The Islamabad High Court has remarked within the Lal Masjid case that as peace was established earlier, Pakistan can now not afford it.
Justice Mohsin Akhtar Kayani of the High Court heard the petition of the Martyrs' Foundation in opposition to the closure of Lal Masjid.
The High Court granted DC Islamabad's request for time to resolve the matter and directed the district administration to resolve the matter in accordance with the legislation by December.
Justice Mohsin Akhtar Kayani inquired whether or not the Lal Masjid was closed. DC Islamabad Hamza Shafqat mentioned that there are 30 to 40 feminine college students in Lal Masjid, they’ve illegally occupied rooms within the mosque, it’s a authorities mosque, the place just one approach is blocked, downside Resolving to be given time.
"We want to divide the women so that the mosque can be opened," mentioned Tariq Asad Advocate, president of the Martyrs' Foundation. The court docket mentioned that they’re your individuals. You ought to ship the women away from there.
Tariq Asad Advocate replied that Lal Masjid will not be owned by the Martyrs 'Foundation, the Martyrs' Foundation is a company of the heirs of the martyrs.
The court docket mentioned that the administration has to take a look at how the problem might be resolved, simply as peace was established earlier, now Pakistan can not afford it. The court docket adjourned the case until December 1, directing that the matter be settled in accordance with the legislation.
It needs to be famous that the Martyrs' Foundation has approached the court docket in opposition to the closure of the mosque.