Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif disqualified for life in Iqama case

ISLAMABAD: Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif has been disqualified by the Islamabad High Court under Article 62 of the Constitution for disguising realities about holding an Iqama.

Following the court arranges, the foreign minister can’t challenge decisions forever. The seat headed by Justice Athar Minallah and involving Justice Aamer Farooq and Justice Mohsin Akther Kiyani reported the decision.

On April 10, a large bench of the high court had saved its decision over the request of recorded by PTI part Usman Dar, looking for exclusion of the remote priest for hiding the realities about holding an Iqama [foreign work permit] of United Arab Emirates (UAE). The bench was hearing the request of documented by Usman Dar, reported its decision today as the notice was at that point issued to all party concerned.

Amid the last hearing, the court asked that how a man completing a full day job could administer a service in Pakistan. To this present, Asif’s advice said that his customer was working for a Dubai-based bank before decisions.