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P L D 2006 QUETTA 1

SARDAR HAJI MUHAMMAD YOUSAF
V/S
DISTRICT COORDINATION OFFICER AND ANOTHER

PerMehta Kailash Nath Kohli, J-Constitution of Pakistan (1973) Arts. 28 & 199-
R/w System of Sardari (Abolition) Ordinance (XXXV of 1976) S. 3-

Above fundamental right clearly provides that the citizens having a distinct language, culture and script have rights to preserve, all these subject to law framed in this behalf. The custom of language, script and culture does not include appointment of ‘Sardar’ which institution under Ordinance, 1976, stood abolished and all those cultural customs to that extent have been declared to be against the provisions of law relating to Sardari System.

In view of above provision of law, the relief claimed by the petitioners cannot be granted. Thus the present petition being legally not competent is directed to be dismissed in limine. [p. 3] A & B
Petition dismissed.

Manzoor Ahmed Rahmani for petitioners.

Respondent : District Coordination Officer Killa
Saifullah and General Public

Date of hearing : 19th December, 2005.

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