Pakistan court defers controlling on armed force boss’ retirement

Pakistan’s Supreme Court is giving government legal advisors an additional day to contend their case for expanding the ground-breaking armed force boss’ term.

Wednesday’s choice suspends the case until the next day.

The legislature will utilize that opportunity to fix what the court says are procedural errors made this late spring, when Gen. Qamar Javed Bajwa was reappointed for an additional three years.

Khan had wanted to keep Bajwa on for an additional three years, yet his law serve — who surrendered on Tuesday — seems to have bumbled the application by not submitting it to the president.

The preeminent court incidentally suspended Bajwa’s term augmentation on Tuesday, only two days before his booked retirement.

He will be compelled to step down if the court topples the administration’s augmentation request.

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