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CJP Isa Clarifies Imran Khan’s Audio Was Not Leaked from Supreme Court

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ISLAMABAD: Chief Justice Qazi Faez Isa of the Supreme Court clarified that the leaked audio conversation purportedly involving Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) founder Imran Khan and judges did not originate from the apex court, on Saturday.

After an inquiry with the Supreme Court staff, the Chief Justice confirmed that voices in the audio did not belong to the top court personnel.

The leaked conversation, which allegedly took place during the second hearing of a National Accountability Bureau (NAB) amendment case, spread widely on social media platforms.

However, Justice Athar Minallah questioned the significance of the leak, noting that the dialogue occurred in an open court session.

This incident follows a previous leak during the first hearing of the NAB amendment case, where a picture of Imran Khan in Courtroom No. 1, appearing via video link from Adiala Jail, went viral on social media.

In other judicial matters, Chief Justice Isa presided over the oath-taking ceremony of the newly elected cabinet members of the Press Association of Supreme Court (PAS) at the Judges Block.

Present were Attorney General Mansoor Usman Awan, along with Justices Jamal Khan Mandokhail, Athar Minallah, and Naeem Akhtar Afghan.

The newly formed PAS cabinet includes Mian Aqeel Afzal as President, Ghulam Nabi Yousafzai as Vice President, Raja Basharat as Finance Secretary, and members Ikramullah Joya, Asia Kausar, Mian Abid Nisar, and General Secretary Imran Waseem.

During a casual discussion with PAS members, Chief Justice Isa reminisced about his past writing endeavors, mentioning his mother Saeeda Qazi Isa’s articles as well.

He shared copies of articles published in an English daily, reflecting on the evolution of writing and media reporting from his perspective as a judge.

Highlighting the complexities of court reporting, Justice Isa recalled compiling media laws into a book and discussed historical judicial decisions, such as the extensive paragraphs written in the Zulfikar Ali Bhutto case by the Lahore High Court and the Supreme Court.

In a literary moment, the Chief Justice quoted excerpts from the book “First You Write a Sentence,” emphasizing the importance of clear-eyed observation and the role of reading in cultivating good writing skills.

Overall, the interactions and discussions during these judicial engagements underscored the Chief Justice’s multifaceted role in legal scholarship, media engagement, and fostering dialogue within the judicial community.

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