Islamabad: Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Gulzar Ahmed has remarked that making legal guidelines is the job of the federal government and the courts implement them.
A 3-member bench of the Supreme Court headed by Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Gulzar Ahmed heard the case concerning retirement age underneath the Civil Servants Act in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
The civil servants' lawyer mentioned that the retirement age was raised to 55 years within the Civil Servants Act, the retirement regulation on 25 years of service was abolished and the invoice was handed within the Assembly with none dialogue. Gone.
Justice Muneeb Akhtar remarked that when the bread is cooked, it’s ineffective to ask the place the flour got here from. If anybody has any objection to the proceedings of the meeting, he ought to go to the meeting and complain.
Justice Ijaz-ul-Ahsan remarked that there is no such thing as a idea of listening to anybody's place within the laws, when the regulation was signed by the governor, the matter got here to an finish.
The Chief Justice remarked that the regulation can’t be declared invalid on the reservations of some civil servants, solely clarifications don’t problem the regulation, it’s the job of the federal government to make legal guidelines, the courts implement them, the regulation is made underneath the structure. Not from the Rules of Business.
The Supreme Court quashed the choice of the High Court towards elevating the retirement age of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa staff and referred the matter again to the High Court for re-decision. The Supreme Court ordered that the Peshawar High Court determine the case in accordance with the regulation.