Presidential to All-India Muslim Conference by Muhammad Iqbal-1932

The British Government's present attitude, however, would show that they do not mean to function as an impartial holder of balance in India, and are indirectly driving the Indian communities, which are mainly Hindus and Muslims, to a kind of civil war. We tried the majority community and found them unwilling to recognize the safeguards which we can forego at a risk of complete extinction as a nation determined to live its own life.

Farewell speech of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto to the UNSC-1971

Everyday that the Indian Army of occupation stays there, it will be a grim reminder for Muslim Bengal that they are under Hindu occupation, and you will see the result of it. You will see how it will turn out. Let them stay—why not? Let them stay. Let them swagger around. If they want to take East Pakistan, let them stay as an army of occupation. They are an army of occupation; how can they be called liberators? They will stay, and they will see how the clock is going to move in a different direction.

Hasba Bill-2005

The Hasba Bill  was passed by the Muthahida Majlis Amal (MMA) government in the NWFP conferred judicial powers on ombudsman not only to inquire into cases of maladministration of government agencies but also to keep an eye on the religious and personal affairs of individuals thus blocking the powers of judicial review by civil and criminal courts. A nine-member Supreme Court bench had on August 4 struck down as unconstitutional several of the bill's clauses and asked the NWFP Governor not to give his assent to the law in its present form.

Justice Hamoodur Rahman Commission Report-1972 [Text]

This commission of Inquiry was appointed by the President of Pakistan in December, 1971 to inquire into and find out “the circumstances in which the Commander, Eastern command, surrendered and the members of the Armed Forces of Pakistan under his command laid down their arms and a ceasefire was ordered along the borders of West Pakistan and India and along the ceasefire line in the State of Jammu and Kashmir.” After having examined 213 witnesses the Commission submitted its report in July 1972.

Justice Munir Commission Report-1954

On 19th June 1953, the Governor of the Punjab promulgated Ordinance III of 1953 which, with certain amendments suggested by us, became the Punjab Disturbances (Public Inquiry) Act, 1953, Punjab Act II of 1954, directing the setting up of a Court for holding a public inquiry into the disturbances. In exercise of the powers given by subsection (1) of section 3 of the Ordinance, the Governor appointed us members of the Court of Inquiry with the direction to make an inquiry into the disturbances

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Judicial Academy

Judiciary is a key public institution, not merely in itself. It is a vital building block in the edifice of the governance structure. The District Judiciary, which is the backbone of the judiciary, must be efficient, professionally sound and trustworthy. Continuing judicial education is a sine qua non for capacity building of the District Judiciary, court staff, and all personnel concerned with the judicial system.