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Pakistan's Supreme Court will soon appoint female judge, CJP Khosa gives hints
Pakistan's Supreme Court will soon appoint female judge, CJP Khosa gives hints

Lahore: Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Asif Saeed Khosa has said today that women judges will be appointed soon in the Supreme Court. In addition, Khosa said that justice has no gender. This information has been received by quoting local media reports.

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The News International report quoted CJP Khosa's statement as saying, "I heard the name of one Justice Ayesha Malik, who is identified as Mrs. Ayesha Malik. I wondered if justice also had wives." No, he is an honorable justice and alone is enough. "Chief Justice of Pakistan Supreme Court Asif Saeed Khosa further said that over time man and woman have Gap Ic will be finished.

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Taking the side of appointing women judges in the Supreme Court, he said that the Supreme Court is working towards connecting women with the court system. He further said that the apex court is striving towards providing protection to women. He praised women for working in male dominated areas and said that in today's era women are not less than any man.

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