SC Justice Qazi Faiz Isa voluntarily declared his assets

SC Justice Qazi Faiz Isa voluntarily declared his assets

Supreme Court judge Justice Qazi Faez Isa has declared his assets voluntarily, reported 24NewsHD channel on Sunday.

The details have been released on the Supreme Court website.

According to assets details, the earnings of Justice Qazi Faez Isa in 2020 were Rs21.23 million and he paid tax amounting to Rs.2.68 million.

In 2019, he earned Rs17.14 million and paid Rs.1.79 million tax. In 2018, his earnings were Rs.15.11 million and the tax he paid was Rs2.22 million.

According to documents, Jusitce Qazi Faez Isa while serving as Chief Justice Balochistan High Court and later as a judge in Supreme Court did not acquire any official plot. The learned judge was offered official plots but he turned down such offers.

Justice Qazi Faez Isa has 800 sq feet residential plot in Karachi’s DHA Phase II which he had bought during practice as a lawyer and also completed construction over it during his practice as an advocate.

He further revealed in the documents that during practice as a lawyer, he had bought a commercial plot of 200 sq feet in Karachi’s DHA Phase V. He has given his old house situated at Canal Road Lahore on rent.

He said he had inherited from his late father a plot adjacent to Quaid-e-Azam’s residency in Ziarat and a part of the same has been occupied illegally by Balochistan government.

According to documents, Justice Isa has Rs41.33 million in his bank balance. He also has Rs4.1 million bank balance in his foreign currency account.

He owns a Honda Accord, a Honda Civic and a mini jeep. He also owns two Honda Civic for which he gets 600 litre petrol. He refused to keep prohibited arms despite special permission by interior ministry.

According to Justice Isa, he is given 300 free minutes for national calls.

After retirement Justice Isa will get free 2000 electricity units. He will also get free 25 HS and 300 litre petrol.

Justice Isa said that his wife Serena Isa was not dependent upon him and she submits her tax returns separately in the UK and Pakistan