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Sarina Isa Writes Letter To President, Expresses Fears For Justice Isa’s Safety

Justice Qazi Faez Isa’s wife Sarina Isa has written a letter to President Arif Alvi expressing concerns on the safety of her husband.

She also raised questions on the conduct of former Chief Justice Asif Saeed Khosa and retired judge Jutice Azmat Saeed. She said that Justice Qazi Faez Isa had shown the reference to Khosa when he said that the reference was not maintainable but then “something changed”.

“Justice Khosa decided to convene the SJC meeting behind my husband’s back and repeatedly sent for Attorney-General Anwar Mansoor Khan who after the reference was filed wrote on June 1, 2019, to PTI’s Mirza Shahzad Akbar to provide him her tax returns otherwise it may result into an adverse order; the attorney-general and the worker of a political party joined hands.” she added.

“Justice (retd) Saeed also heard another reference against my husband just six working days before his retirement confident that it would be concluded before he retired; and concluded did he append his signature to Justice Khosa’s rebuke and chastisement of my husband, without my husband’s peers hearing him even once.” said Sarina Isa in the letter.

Sarina also said that the government did not provide security to the couple. She said that there safety was with “Almighty Allah, however, those who have done all this, those who have acted through proxies and in stealth should know that if we are harmed, their names will be sent to FATF, Interpol and the United Nations”.
Referring to the Quetta Commission Report, she said that the recommendations of the report are yet to be implemented. “PTA and PEMRA block websites, censor media and tweeters are kidnapped in broad daylight when their tweets are considered to be unpalatable, recordings of the Capital Safe City Project too disappear,” wrote Sarina.

In the response to the letter Justice retired Asif Saeed Khosa said, “It may not be appropriate for me to comment on anything statedly contained in a letter written by one person to another.”

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