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  1. Sindh High Court. Photo: File KARACHI: The Sindh High Court (SHC) has summoned Axact CEO Shoaib Sheikh and other accused on February 21 with regards to the Federal Investigation Agency's (FIA) appeal against the suspects' acquittal by a lower court. The orders came on Thursday as the SHC, on the Supreme Court's orders, began hearing FIA's appeal against the acquittal of suspects in the money laundering case by a district court in August 2016. Justice Naimatullah Phulpoto inquired why Sheikh was not present in court despite an earlier summons. Sheikh?s counsel Imdad Advocate informed the bench that his client is unwell. Expressing displeasure, the court ordered the counsel to present his client's medical certificate in court at the next hearing and also summoned Sheikh at the next hearing on Feb 21. On Monday, the SHC had summoned Sheikh and the other accused to appear in court today. The chief executive and senior officials of Axact, which claims to be the "world's largest IT company" but operates hundreds of fake online universities, were arrested on charges of fraud in May 2015 after an expose` in The New York Times. The FIA has maintained in its appeal that the district court did not take into account strong pieces of evidence of money laundering against the suspects. It added that Sheikh and his aides are on bail in the fraud case against them. Axact scandal: FIA appeals against acquittal of suspects in SHC The Sindh High Court has summoned the record of the case proceedings from the district and sessions court On February 9, hearing the suo motu case on the Axact fake degrees scandal, the Supreme Court had ordered the high courts to wrap up the appeals against the suspects' acquittal within a matter of weeks. During the hearing, the chief justice directed the Islamabad High Court to decide on the government's appeal against the suspects' acquittal in three weeks. Similarly, the Sindh High Court (SHC) was directed to form a two-member bench next week and decide on the appeal within 15 days. The apex court also directed the trial court in Karachi to decide on the prosecution's plea seeking cancellation of the suspects' bail in two weeks. At present, of the total four cases registered against Axact, the accused have been acquitted in two ? one in Islamabad and another in Karachi ? while one is under way in Karachi and the last, in Peshawar, is yet to start.
  2. After taking a 1-0 lead in the six-match One-Day International (ODI) series, the Indian cricket team once again proved why they are one of the most ruthless sides in limited-overs cricket following their nine-wicket triumph in the second match against South Africa. Opting to bat first, the Indian wrist spinners bamboozled the out-of-sorts Proteas, restricting them to a lowly total of 118 runs. In reply, Shikhar Dhawan (51*) Virat Kohli (46) ensured India notched up their target with nine wickets and 177 balls to spare. But, despite India's heroics, something else grabbed all the limelight. With India just two runs short of their target in Centurion, the fans were left bemused after umpires decided to call lunch. Despite the result being a foregone conclusion, play stopped for about 40 minutes and the Centurion crowd had thinned out considerably before the game resumed. Cricket is bloody bonkers ... Lunch break taken with 2 runs required for Victory ... Surely common sense comes into play !!!!!!!!! #SAvsIND — Michael Vaughan (@MichaelVaughan) February 4, 2018 Echoing similar sentiments, Virender Sehwag aka 'Troll King' took a dig at the on-field umpires in the way he knows best. Taking to Twitter, the former Indian opener compared the match officials with the employees of Indian Public Sector Undertaking (PSU) banks. Umpires treating Indian batsmen like PSU Bank treat customers. Lunch ke baad aana #INDvSA — Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) February 4, 2018 “Umpires treating Indian batsmen like PSU Bank treat customers. Lunch ke baad aana,” Sehwag tweeted after witnessing this bizarre scene. Since then, his tweet has been shared more than seven thousand times. Sehwag's tweet did leave his fans in splits following his uncanny comparison, but it also irked a few PSU bank employees who didn't shy away from hitting back at the 'Nawab of Najafgarh'. Sir....bura maan Gaya main....I alwez..alwezzzz. saw ur matches @ Mohali....nd I'm a PSU bank officer...nd have alwez treated customers to their expectations...ðð — atul thakur (@atulthakur22) February 4, 2018 "Sir....bura maan Gaya main....I alwez..alwezzzz. saw ur matches @ Mohali....nd I'm a PSU bank officer...nd have alwez treated customers to their expectations," a PSU bank employee replied on Twitter. Bura na maan bhai. Tu exception hai. Most Sarkaari banks , infact most sarkaari departments don't care for the common man. The attitude is like Maai Baap , as if they are doing a favour if they do their job. https://t.co/CRfkuSQCEb — Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) February 5, 2018 Fuelling the friendly banter, Sehwag replied: "Bura na maan bhai. Tu exception hai. Most Sarkaari banks , infact most sarkaari departments don't care for the common man. The attitude is like Maai Baap , as if they are doing a favour if they do their job". I work in PSU bank. We never ask our customers to come after lunchtime. — reshmi aneesh (@reshmikarottu) February 5, 2018 Another PSU bank employee didn't take Viru's words kindly before tweeting: "I work in PSU bank. We never ask our customers to come after lunchtime". You are also an exception. Apart from lunch most others also have the excuse of server kharaab, printer nahi chal raha. Unfortunately hasn't changed in most sarkaari departments https://t.co/faeYzdyRBy — Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) February 5, 2018 Replying to her, Sehwag also labelled her as an exception and said: "You are also an exception. Apart from lunch most others also have the excuse of server kharaab, printer nahi chal raha. Unfortunately hasn't changed in most sarkaari departments".
  3. LAHORE: Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif on Saturday expressed displeasure over failure of police in arresting the suspect of brutal rape-murder of eight-year-old Zainab in Kasur. Presiding over a meeting of provincial cabinet's Committee on Law and Order, the Punjab CM said that he was under extreme agony and stress due to this case and only wanted the arrest of the suspect. The meeting was briefed on the brutal rape and murder case by the Inspector General of Police (IGP). Addressing the participants, the chief minister said that facts should be brought before the public after the arrest of the suspect so that the victim's family could get justice. He said the killer should not escape justice and get exemplary punishment. Shehbaz further said that all requirements of justice would be fulfilled pertaining to the death of two persons in the firing incidents during violent protests in the city. The chief minister directed the IGP to daily visit Kasur to review progress on both cases and that he could use helicopter of the chief minister for this purpose.
  4. The Chief Justice of Pakistan Mian Saqib Nisar ordered on Thursday that old courts in Multan?s Kutchery Chowk should resume working. Photo: file LAHORE: The Chief Justice of Pakistan Mian Saqib Nisar ordered on Thursday that old courts in Multan?s Kutchery Chowk should resume working, putting an end to the long-standing tussle between lawyers and authorities. The court ruled that the courts should be reopened in the next 10 days. The CJP was hearing the suo motu case on the transfer of judicial complex in Multan. Last month, the Session and District courts in the city were shifted to new judicial complex, located on Matital Road, from Kutchery Road. 40 lawyers booked, several arrested for vandalising judicial complex in Multan Case also registered against Lahore High Court Bar Multan bench president The CJP directed that the new judicial complex should be opened in three months after ensuring the provision of all the necessary facilities. CJP Saqib Nisar also expressed anger at Lahore High Court Registrar Syed Khurshid Anwar Rizvi for the decision to shift judicial complex without ensuring adequate facilities. ?You have built a judicial complex in the fields,? remarked the CJP, adding ?there are no proper barrooms for the lawyers. Where will the lawyers make their clients sit?? He shared: ?It took me 20 minutes to travel 18 kilometres.? The CJP observed that the registrar and sessions judge prepared a false report. ?Have you seen the 11KV transmission lines? Have you covered your eyes with shades?? He remarked that there is also no security at the new judicial complex, adding that there are no facilities to protect lawyers from harsh weather conditions. Tug-of-war between lawyers, authorities The issue between the authorities and lawyers started after it was announced that a new judicial complex would be built some years back. The lawyers staged protests and demanded the decision to be reversed. However, the tensions heightened after lawyers ransacked the new judicial complex on December 13. The enraged lawyers broke the windows and doors of the judges' rooms and courtrooms inside the new judicial complex and chanted slogans. The police booked over three dozen lawyers and arrested a number of them the following day. Lawyers protest in Multan, other areas to seek release of arrested colleagues Over three dozen lawyers have been booked, arrested over Wednesday's vandalism incident in Multan's new judicial complex Following this, lawyers in Multan staged a protest outside old courts over the arrest of their colleagues. After the verdict was announced, lawyers in Multan called off their seven-day long protest near Kutchery Chowk. The lawyers also celebrated the verdict in their favour by distributing sweets. Multan's Sessions and District courts were shifted after the inauguration of the new complex on November 15. The new judicial complex had been constructed at Matital Road due to blockage of traffic at the previous place. The construction of the judicial complex had started in 2005 on 1,000 acres land after the Asian Development Bank granted a loan under the Access to Justice Programme.
  5. Minister for Railway Saad Rafique addresses the media in Karachi. Photo: Geo News screen grab KARACHI: Minister for Railway Khawaja Saad Rafique expressed displeasure over the disqualification of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf?s Jahangir Tareen. Courts should not decide the fate of politicians, the public vote should do so, the railway minister said during his visit to Karachi on Friday. Whoever gets the vote should complete their tenure, he added. The PML-N leader said they accept the supremacy of the law. However, he added, the country cannot move forward without democracy, the spirit of which is public opinion. Democracy should be fostered for the sake of the country, he said, adding that conspiracies against the system should be put to an end. The railway minister questioned why the authority of those who come to power after getting votes is not accepted. Every prime minister is criticised and ousted, he added. Imran Khan cleared, Jahangir Tareen disqualified by Supreme Court ECP denotifies Tareen from his constituency of NA-154 Lodhran-1 Saad Rafique was referring to the disqualification of Tareen announced by the Supreme Court earlier in the day. The apex court disqualified the PTI leader under Article 62(1)(f) because of his blatant misstatement regarding the ownership of the Hyde House property and failure to declare it in his nomination papers. The court verdict stated that Tareen was infact "the actual, true, real and beneficial owner of the said property". However, the apex court ruled in favour of PTI Chairperson Imran Khan. The three-member bench had reserved the verdict in the disqualification petition against the two PTI leaders on November 14.
  6. KARACHI: A two-member bench of Supreme Court on Thursday expressed discontentment on lack of action against as many as 66 police officials named in criminal records. During the judicial proceeding, Sindh Inspector General AD Khawaja and Home Secretary submitted a report before the court, reacting on the content of the report, the judges showed their reservations on the leniency shown to certain police officials. Justice Gulzar Ahmed remarked that why there is a difference in punishments against police officials on the same crime, pointing out at the Home Secretary, the judge said that the issue should have been addressed by the administration. Justice Sajjad Ali Shah said that politicians are involved in supporting certain police officers. Speaking on the occasion, Sindh IG AD Khawaja said that he can only take action against Grade 15 officers, above that grade, the mandate to take action rests with Secretary Establishment. Home Secretary informed the court that a summary of departmental action against 22 officers have been sent to secretary establishment, while IG Sindh stated that he has sent 35 names to the said department in a different summary. The court summoned a report from secretary establishment on the action taken against police officers of Grade 17 and above in two-week time and demanded clarification from Home Secretary on the alleged leniency shown for some police officers.