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P L D 1989 KARACHI 404

SHARAF FARIDI AND OTHERS

V/S

FEDERATION OF ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF PAKISTAN AND OTHERS

Per Ajmal Mian, C. J.

(a) Constitution of Pakistan (1973), Art.175, 200(1)(4), 177, 182, 193, 196(b), 2-A, 199(1)(C), 203, 30(2), 203, 7, 8, 50, 48, 268, 9 & 203-C(4-B).

In my view the above cases are not directly on the point. It may be observed that the High Court exercises supervisory jurisdiction of two types i.e. judicial which is conferred on the High Court by virtue of Article 199 of the Constitution, provisions in the Civil Procedure Code, Criminal Procedure Code and the other relevant enactments either as an Appellate Court or Revisional Court and the second type of supervisory jurisdiction is administrative.

In my view Article 203 relates more to administrative aspect than the judicial aspect as has been held in the above Karachi case of the Full Bench. The members of the Full Bench comprised of Qadeeruddin Ahmed, C. J., Abdul Kadir Shaikh and Muhammad Haleem, as their Lordships then were. [p. 436] H.

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