Chief Justice of Pakistan Saqib Nisar on Thursday said that in spite of being in power for four months, the incumbent government could not pass one bill.
The chief justice made the remarks during hearing of a case pertaining to increasing the number of judges in the Islamabad High Court (IHC).
During the hearing, the advocate general Islamabad informed the court that the federal cabinet has accepted recommendations in this regard.
At this, Justice Nisar said he should be informed through proper channel about the legislation made in this regard.
He directed the advocate general to inquire about the matter from secretary law, saying that the high court was unable to operate in the current situation.
The chief justice also directed the secretary law for tabling of the draft legislation prepared by the government in the parliament.
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