A review petition concerning PTI chairman Imran Khan’s marriage has been scheduled for consideration by the Federal Shariat Court (FSC) in ISLAMABAD.
The petition for review will be heard on October 2 by a three-member bench presided over by FSC Chief Justice Iqbal Hameedur Rahman.
Justice Khadim Hussain M. Shaikh and Justice Dr. Syed Muhammad Anwer round out the panel.
On February 7, 2022, Shahid Orkazai submitted a petition to the FSC, but it was dismissed as “not maintainable” because it was “not filed in accordance with the Federal Shariat Court (Procedure) Rules 1981.”
On the basis of 10 points relating to Islamic law and constitutional legislation, the petition sought a decree against Imran’s marriage.
Some inquiries were deemed “absurd, derogatory, and absolutely irrelevant,” while two others were deemed “ambiguous, inconceivable, and not understandable,” as observed by the court.
But Orkazai appealed the ruling by asking the court to reconsider.