SC says won’t mediate; decide case on merit

ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court of Pakistan on Monday remarked that the top court would not play the role of a mediator and will decide the case after examining the facts as it directed the lawyers of PAT and PTI to submit proposals regarding the solution to on-going political standoff after consulting leadership till Tuesday (today).
The court was hearing identical petitions related to any possible extra-constitutional step. The court was informed by Attorney General of Pakistan Salman Aslam Butt that the protesters of PTI and PAT have violated the terms and conditions settled with them before the long march and they have attacked the state buildings. Chief Justice Nasirul Mulk summoned all judges of the apex court in the federal capital. Most of the judges of the apex court are on summer vacations till September 8. According to reports, the apex court is expected to hold a full court hearing of the prevalent political situation in the country. 

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