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3 edition of Federation of Pakistan vs Tamizuddin Khan found in the catalog.

Federation of Pakistan vs Tamizuddin Khan

Pakistan. Supreme Court.

Federation of Pakistan vs Tamizuddin Khan

Supreme Court judgment.

by Pakistan. Supreme Court.

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Published by Maz Publications in Karachi .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Pakistan
    • Subjects:
    • Khan, Tamizuddin -- Trials, litigation, etc.,
    • Pakistan. Constituent Assembly (1947-1954) -- Dissolution.,
    • Pakistan -- Trials, litigation, etc.

    • Edition Notes

      SeriesHistorical judgments ;, 2
      ContributionsKhan, Tamizuddin.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsLAW
      The Physical Object
      Pagination187 p. ;
      Number of Pages187
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4135643M
      LC Control Number80113499

      Suharwardy was believed to be one of the more visionary leaders from East Pakistan who rose above the parochial provincialism and could have checked the extreme demands for provincial autonomy in the East. The filing of the petition itself amply represented the high-drama that this singular act of defiance for the all-powerful Governor General represented in the circumstances of that time. The directive principles of State Policy are to be regarded as fundamentals to the governance of the State but they are not enforceable by any Court. Chundrigar and Mr.

      The court suspended the decision of the High Court and held the Governor General, and not the Constituent Assembly, to be the sovereign authority. Comment In this robust first instance judgment, the Court did not resile from performing its constitutional role in giving justice to the petitioner. Banglapedia: National Encyclopedia of Bangladesh Second ed. Here, all the imponderables of state-building were brought to bear on a crucial concept of political life. So far as His Majesty was concerned he had given full powers to his Governor-General to assent to any legislation of the Dominion; but the Governor-General, though he was a representation of the King, was also be representative of the Dominion in the sense that he was a person in whom the majority party of the Assembly had confidence.

      The decoy was intercepted by the police and arrested. They wanted to achieve a constitution when it seemed far from reach, and the Federal Court may thus have been willing to settle for less than might have been realized. Although its opinions set the stage for a constitutional set-up that became the Constitution, the judicial record of the early s does not propound an ideal form of constitution or even clear ideas about the role of a constitution in the state. The government is said to have paid a hefty sum of money—as much as seven times the annual salary of the Chief Justice of Pakistan—as retainer to Sir Jennings McGrath,p. Jinnah sought alternative political ideas, and contemplated organising a new political party as a rival to the Congress. It is for this reason that the fiction of making the Crown a constituent of the Legislature is resorted to because neither the King nor his representative, the Governor-General, is a member of the Legislature like other members.


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Federation of Pakistan vs Tamizuddin Khan by Pakistan. Supreme Court. Download PDF Ebook

If every one of these Acts were held invalid for want of assent, the consequences are bound to be disastrous.

Federation of Pakistan v. Gul Hasan Khan [5 July 1989].

In the first instance, representation referred to the relationship of Assembly members to the citizenry. He has called upon the Prime Minister to reform the Cabinet with a view to give the country a vigorous and stable administration. Bahawalpur, Khairpur and the Baluchistan States Union lost their autonomy, and the provinces of Sind, Punjab and the Frontier were merged into West Pakistan; only the small frontier states of Chitral, Dir and Swat were exempted from the plan.

The Muslim League's claims that it alone could safeguard Muslim interests thus received a major boost.

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Chundrigar and Mr. One Unit was structured to give the Governor-General extensive powers in the new constitution that he planned to promulgate by ordinance. Law, in the achievement Federation of Pakistan vs Tamizuddin Khan book this ideal, has to play a major role, i. The Governor General PLD FC was that in the situation presented by the Reference, the Governor-General has, during the interim period, the power under the common law of civil or state necessity of retrospectively validating the laws listed in the Schedule to the Emergency Powers Ordinance,and all those laws, until the question of their validation was decided upon by the Constituent Assembly, were, during the aforesaid period, valid and enforceable in the same way as if they had been valid from the date on which they purported to come into force.

Under the adaptations its life was not limited to any period for the simple reason that the Constituent Assembly set up under section 8 of the [Indian] Independence Act [] was also to act as the Federal Legislature under the Act and the life of the Constituent Assembly was to last till Federation of Pakistan vs Tamizuddin Khan book Constitution was made for Pakistan.

By coincidence, he was in Britain at the same time as a man who would become a great political rival of his, Mohandas Gandhia Hindu lawyer who had become well known for advocating satyagrahanon-violent non-co-operation, while in South Africa.

There was unrest across India, which worsened after the Jallianwala Bagh massacre in Amritsarin which British troops fired upon a protest meeting, killing hundreds. Although its opinions set the stage for a constitutional set-up that became the Constitution, the judicial record of the early s does not propound an ideal form of constitution or even clear ideas about the role of a constitution in the state.

The rationale of this procedure is to limit it to the parties concerned and to make the rule of law selective to give protection to the affluent or to serve in aid for maintaining the status quo of the vested interests.

Gokhale, a Hindu, later stated that Jinnah "has true stuff in him, and that freedom from all sectarian prejudice which will make him the best ambassador of Hindu—Muslim Unity". The Federal Court, more sympathetic to the Governor-General than the Sind Court had been, took the occasion to develop a theory of judicial review for Pakistan.

In order to solve this problem the Governor-General invoked Emergency Powers in order to retrospectively validate the Acts of the Constituent Assembly. The rules of the Assembly were reflexive; they could not breach interference from the Governor-General without sharply reformulating the character of the Assembly as a whole and the bargain it could strike with its constituents.

She lived and travelled with him, and became a close advisor. The only power given to that Assembly was the power to make laws, constitutional or federal.

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