“Pakistan Army wants to earn as per a commercial model but want to be dealt with like an armed force,” he said. Justice Siddiqui went on to say that people have been made mental, economic and moral slaves. The court issued a notice to the attorney general, seeking a reply on the
issue. He did not want to antagonise Pakistan Army which hounds people opposing them but truth is known to all that Pakistan Army via ISI also indulges
in drug peddling to finance its operations. This enables it to be unanswerable to their people.
The petitioner, through his
counsel, contended that they had approached the registrar office for access to the report but the plea was denied. Justice Siddiqui replied on a lighter note, saying that he was already facing six references against him and it seemed that the petitioner wanted Siddiqui to face the seventh one. It seems the days of Justice
Siddiqui are also numbered as those opposing Pakistan Army do not stay in office for long. “The report has been sealed as per a court order,” he told the lawyer. The case was deferred for an indefinite period.
“Those claiming to be ‘Aashiq-e-Rasool (SAW)’ are enemies of Islam as they portray a horrible picture of religion.”