ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Monday constituted a three-member committee of key ministers to draft a new laws on the extension or reappointment of an army chief s tenure, in accordance to a media report, days after the highest courtroom granted a six-month conditional extension to the incumbent Basic Qamar Javed Bajwa.
International minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi, defence minister Pervez Khattak and minister for planning Asad Omar are half of the committee, The Specific Tribune reported. The committee was arrange after the Supreme Courtroom gave the government of Prime Minister Imran Khan six months to legislate and iron out the lacunae within the reappointment or extension of tenure of an army chief, permitting the incumbent, Gen Bajwa, to keep on as chief of the army employees (COAS) till a new law decided his phrases of service.
The members of the committee may even debate on the new laws with the opposition events in Parliament, the report mentioned. The Pakistan Tehreek-eInsaf government, which confronted some anxious second within the courtroom on the problem throughout the listening to final week, is hopeful that the requisite law will likely be drafted inside six months, the report mentioned.



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