J. Salik Displays portrait of suspended Chief Justice to expressed solidarity with judiciary.


Islamabad: March 23, 2007. Flowing forced suspension of chief justice of Pakistan Iftikhar chaudhry by president Pervez Musharraf, Convener World Minority Alliance J. Salik as this displayed on large size 10x15 colored portrait of Iftikhar Chudhry in yet another protest against what he said the interfaith by sitting interference with the government to politicize be institutions. This quote is word on portrait OH GOD!" Protect Our Country Against EVEILS Of INJUSTICE" The Suspension of country's Chief Justice, Escalating Violence Against Journalist Community And Torture Of Lawyers, Speaks Volume Of State Terrorism" In a press release on Tuesday the Formal Federal Minister expressed grief by saying that the president government demoralized the prestige of judiciary. The country, he lamented was entangled in problems because of decisions taking by one man. "The attack on the judiciary will further undermine the country's respect among the comity of nations. I will throw soil on my head till March 21 to register strong protest against the government decisions of attacking judiciary and the free press." J.Salik protest in cage before 65 days sitting on Ash confined himself in a cell of 6 by 10 width and length and vowed that his protest would continue till his demands for poor people.

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