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The first Chief Justice of Pakistan was Sir Mian Abdul Rashid, in office from 1949-1954. This information is available in the Urdu edition general knowledge book named "Baha…ar-e-maloomat" (page No.63) written by Mr.Liaqat ali Faizi and published by "Rehman book house. Karachi" and is available at Kosar news agency, Farier market Karachi. (Answered by Karachainz and Kaif students working on C.S.S 2008) For more information, see Related Questions, below.
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Iftikhar Ahmed Choudhry was originally appointed Chief Justice by Pakistan President General Pervez Musharraf in May 2005, but was suspended and placed under house arrest in N…ovember 2007 after refusing to resign at Musharraf's order. Choudhry was released by new Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilliani after Gilliani won the country's election in March 2008, but was not immediately reinstated as Chief Justice. The Lawyer's Movement, lead by Mian Nawaz Sharif, conducted a long march demanding Choudhry and the other deposed judges be reinstated. Choudhry's current term of office began on March 22, 2009. For more information, see Related Questions, below.
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Honorable Mr. Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry Judge, Supreme Court of Pakistan Constitutional Avenue, Islamabad For more information, see Related Questions, below.
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The first Chief Justice of Pakistan was Sir Mian Abdul Rashid, in office from 1949-1954.
Muhammad Munir was the second Chief Justice of Pakistan, from June 29, 1954 to May 2, 1960. He presided over the Court during the end of the first Democratic period, which ran… from 1947-1958, and the beginning of the subsequent period of military rule, which ran from 1958-1971. Munir is also known as the author of the infamous book from Jinnah to Zia. For more information, see Related Questions, below.
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a.a respected sir. previous cm punjab approved the service structure of paramedical staff especiallydispensers in health and social security departments on dated 24 november…s 2011 but till now seats have up graded but seniorty lists r not prepared.plz take necessary action for this issue.since 1947 dispenser is servicing inBPS 06.THANKS
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Honourable, Mr Justice Ifkthar Muhammad Chaudhry, The Chief Justice of Pakistan, Islamabad. Subject: Grant a piece of land to the Christian prisoners, to observe theirre…ligious rites at the Campus Jail, Lahore Your Excellency, I wish to draw your attention to a problem faced by the Christian prisoners of the Camp Jail, Lahore. The prisoners of the Christian Community request to enjoy the same rights as provided to other Pakistanis in this camp. Every country has national or ethnic, religious and linguistic minorities. The minorities aspire to participate in the public, social economic, cultural and religious life of the societies in which they live, on an equal footing with the rest of the population. UN Member States adopted unanimously the Declaration on the Rights of Persons Belonging to National or Ethnic, Religious and Linguistic Minorities, an acknowledgment that a gap existed in minority rights protection. The Minority Rights Declaration that States have an obligation to acknowledge and promote the rights of minorities to enjoy their own culture and identities, to profess and practice their own religions. Quaid-e-Azam in his address to the first Constituent Assembly of Pakistan on 11th August 1947, said: "You are free; you are free to go to your temples, you are free to go to your mosques or any other place of worship in the state Pakistan. You may belong to any religion or caste or creed." The address of Quaid-e-Azam also reflected the spirit of the Madina Charter. He declared the granting of equal rights to all the communities without any discrimination of caste, colour or religion. Laws of Islam do not harm non-Muslims because Islam protects the rights of non-Muslims because Islam protects the rights of non-Muslims. It is written in Surah-ul-Maida verse 82 that "You will find the nearest of them in affection to the belivers whos say "We are Christians", that is because among them are priests and monks and because they are not arrogant." The constitution of Pakistan provides for fundamental rights, which includes freedom of speech, freedom of thought, freedom of information and freedom of religion. These clauses are generally respected in practice. The Christian Community has played a vital role in the creation of Pakistan. But from the history of Pakistan we come to know that Christians are always deprived off their rights. I want to bring to your kind notice the following Rules and Regulations of the Camp Jail, Lahore: ■ No. 679 Education is required for all the Christian ■ No. 681 Religious education is equal for all ■ No. 475 A special lunch will be served to the Christian prisoners by the jail authority on Christmas and Easter day. The Jail authority is not implementing at all. The camp jail authority allowed to fulfill our religious rites at Barak No.17 just in one room which is enough. It is essential to bring to your notice that request had been presented to the concern authority for looking into the matter but all in vain. Authorities are also requested to take notice of the following points are linked with: ● to provide the piece of land for the church facilities. ● same facilities to get education as others. ● to get religious education freely as others. ● times of prayers as much as others have. ● Special food should be served on Christmas/Easter ● to provide the bam & oil also. Authorities are requested to take notice of the grievance and take some positive steps to solve this problem and provide us a piece of land for the church that we may practice our religious activities freely Hoping to hear from you soon. Yours faithfully, Shan Khokhar S/o Ishaq Masih, Samuel Shahaib and all Christian prisoners, Camp jail, Lahore CC. The Prime Minister of Pakistan, The Chief Justice of Pakistan, The Chief Justice of Lahore High Court, Lahore, The Minister of Human Rights, Pakistan, IG Punjab, The Chief Minister of Punjab, the Punjab Minister of Human Rights & Jail, Superintendent, Camp Jail, Lahore and Persons concern.