CJ affirms to hear Rental power case amid pressure

ISLAMABAD: Despite threats and pressure Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry affirmed to proceed the corruption case of Rental power plants (RPPs), reported Aaj news Wednesday.

During the hearing CJP remarked that “dhols” were beating outside the Supreme Court to force it into not hearing the case but the court will continue the case even if the sky fall downs.

The chief justice added that the apex court would decide all cases that it has been hearing in accordance with the country’s Constitution and its laws.

Chief Justice Iftikhar said the judges had taken oaths to dispense justice, adding that it did not matter to the court what was happening outside its boundaries.

The Supreme court ordered to arrest Prime Minister Raja Pervaiz Ashraf in Rental power case on Tuesday.