Farooq H Naek

Pak law minister says Sarabjit won’t be pardoned if found guilty

Lahore, Oct 6: Pak law minister says Sarabjit won’t be pardoned if found guiltySarabjit Singh, the Indian prisoner in Pakistan whom his family claims has been a victim of mistaken identity, will not be pardoned if found guilty, said Pakistan Law Minister Farooq H. Naek who is expected to him today at Lahore’s Kot Lakhpat jail.

The Ministry of Law and Human Rights would review the case of Sarabjit Singh according to the law and Constitution and “he would not be pardoned if found guilty”, said Naek while briefing press persons at the Regional Directorate of Human Rights.

Pak HR minister Farooq Naek to meet Sarabjit Singh in jail on Monday

Sarabjit SinghLahore, Oct 3: Pakistan’s Law and Human Rights Minister Farooq H. Naek will meet Indian national Sarabjit Singh, who has been lodged in Lahore’s Kotlakhpat Jail for more than a decade.

The meeting is seen as a bid to review Singh’s mercy case, who is facing death sentence over his alleged role in Lahore blasts in 1990 in which several people were killed. The Pakistan’s Supreme Court and former President Pervez Musharraf have already rejected his mercy pleas.

Pak Law Minister consolidates charge sheet against Musharraf

Pakistan's Law Minister Farooq H NaikLahore, Aug. 17 : Pakistan''s Law Minister Farooq H Naik is reported to have consolidated the charge sheet against President Pervez Musharraf and it is expected that the coalition leaders will take a decision on the document on Sunday,

Dawn News said that the charge sheet contains over 20 strongly worded allegations against the president. It further said that the impeachment charges include gross misconduct and violation of the constitution by the president.

Meanwhile, the government may consider giving amnesty to Musharraf if he resigns.

Pak Law Minister may have finalised Constitutional package for sacked judges

Karachi, Apr. 7: Pakistan's Law and Justice Minister Farooq H NaekPakistan's Law and Justice Minister Farooq H Naek has reportedly prepared a "Constitutional Package" that could determine the future of the over 60 judges sacked by the Musharraf regime on November 2-3, 2007.

Sources told The Nation on condition of anonymity that this package has been forwarded to Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gillani and will be sent later to parliament for its approval.

Musharraf’s nod mandatory if govt wants to repeal NAB, says new Pak Law Minister

Islamabad, Apr 5: New Pakistan Law Minister Farooq H Naek has said that the PPP-led Gilani government could not abolish the National Accountability Bureau