ISLAMABAD: Supreme Court has allowed the government to continue work on ongoing development projects, but restrained it from launching new schemes.
A three-member bench headed by Chief Justice Saqib Nisar heard the case at Karachi Registry today and suspended the order of Islamabad High Court canceling notification of Election Commission of Pakistan regarding recruitment in government offices.
The top court summoned ECP and other officials to Islamabad on next hearing.
Meanwhile, Supreme Court also heard a case regarding load shading in Karachi and Hyderabad.
Justice Saqib Nisar expressed his dismay over the performance of K-Electric and HESCO.
Chief Justice directed HESCO chief to chalk out a comprehensive plan to eliminate load shedding.
Meanwhile, Chief Justice summoned the file of the case of 12 May, 2007 violence in Karachi which claimed lives of over two dozen people and scores injured.
Earlier, Fateha was offered for victims of May 12 violence at the apex court’s Karachi Registry. AFP