In a significant development, the Supreme Court has publicly acknowledged errors in the judgment rendered in the Tosha Khana case. During the proceedings, Justice Mazahir Naqvi raised pointed questions, asking whether the events that unfolded in Judge Humayun Dilawar’s court were unprecedented in the nation’s legal history. The courtroom was gripped with astonishment at the unprecedented nature of the situation.
Remarkably, it was revealed that Judge Humayun Dilawar had departed for London shortly after delivering the verdict. This revelation was brought to light by lawyer Latif Khosa, shedding new light on the circumstances surrounding the case.
Given the gravity of these revelations, the court has taken the decision to adjourn further proceedings until tomorrow at 02:00 pm. This move allows time for all parties involved to fully assess and comprehend the implications of the errors in the Tosha Khana case verdict.
The acknowledgment of these errors marks a pivotal moment in the legal landscape, prompting discussions on the need for transparency, accountability, and the assurance of justice in the country’s judicial system. As the public awaits further developments, legal experts and citizens alike anticipate a thorough reevaluation of the case and its subsequent implications.