The Prime Minister Imran Khan assured the Supreme Court of Pakistan of action in accordance with its orders in the Army Public School (APS) Peshawar massacre.
The Premier said before apex court after being summoned in the Army Public School (APS) Peshawar massacre case that “There is no sacred cow in the country and I believe in the supremacy of the law,”
The PM Imran Khan appraised the Supreme Court that Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) was ruling in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa when the APS carnage took place.
The judges of Supreme Court asked the Prime Minister Imran Khan to stick to the matters related to the APS massacre when he appraised court about opposing to join the war against terror.
The CJP bench said that “You are our Prime Minister and respected for you,” He asked PM Imran Khan that what steps were taken by the state to provide justice to the parents of the martyred children?
The Premier replied he was not in the government at that time, “Now you are in power, what steps have been taken to bring the culprits into the court of law,” the CJP asked.
The PM Imran Khan further said former PM Nawaz Sharif should have tendered resignation after the massacre.
Justice Qazi Amin remarked that media reports are showing that the incumbent government is holding talks with the proscribed organization TTP.
CJP Justice Gulzar Ahmed remarked that the court has nothing to do with the policy matters, why the culprits have not been identified despite the passage of several years.
The hearing was adjourned for 4 weeks, The Supreme Court whole ordering the federal government implement orders of the apex court in the case directed the government to submit the progress report into the APS massacre with the sign of Prime Minister Imran Khan.
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