Supreme Court abhors persecution on highways, that’s great

Supreme Court abhors persecution on highways, that's great
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Supreme Court got angry

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There is a case of highway harassment of a woman that is still running, Supreme Court has been shocked over the attendance of the Frontier Constabulary and the Coast Guard.

They noticed that they both must do their duties in the best manner and should not embarrass and insult any travelers going to work through highways.

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Because the government appoints you to protect all the passengers and travelers, not to tease them.

There are many clues taken by police and many people. The inspection was made during the investigation on the bad condition of the RCD Highway by a 2 judge bench.

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It was managed by Chief Justice of Pakistan Gulzar Ahmed and Justice Mazhar Alam Khan and they got many clues over there.

There is another case that is suo motu case was started on the reports of the bad condition of the RCD Highway, Balochistan which raised many of bad accidents, almost every week.

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Now by all this stuff, the observation of court was drained towards all the objections of continuous harassment of travelers by FC and CG on RCD Highway and yes this is the fact also. The response should be that one who was there to perform duty.

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There is another clue is that the vehicles operating on the highway were stopped often at separate points where the passengers were made to wait for many hours in the name of checking or some other reasons. This is such a bad thing.

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So now, Additional Attorney General Sohail Mehmood was commanded to get all the pieces of information about the claimed conduct of the FC and CG and appoint a detailed report to the apex court before the 1st week of December when the case would be taken up again because then this case must be resolved.

When will this case resolved?

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