ISI headquarters get four weeks warning from Supreme Court

ISI headquarters get four weeks warning from Supreme Court
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ISLAMABAD - Inter Services Intelligence headquarters has received four weeks warning from the Supreme Court of Pakistan

The Supreme Court of Pakistan on Tuesday gave the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) four weeks to reopen the Shahra-i-Suharwardy at Aabpara junction.

The ISI had closed the main road in 2008 after terrorist attacks on several important government buildings. On July 6, the court had ordered for the road blocks to be removed within two months.

“Make a bombproof wall or shift the headquarters elsewhere,” the CJP had observed at the time.

The court has already issued directions to remove encroachments from all roads of the capital city. The court has said it has to ensure supremacy of the law at all cost.

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