Karachi (HRNW)-Chief Justice Sindh High Court (SHC) Sajjad Ali Shah while heading the two-part seat listening to crisp petitions with respect to prohibition on alcohol shops asked what disturbs Muslims if non-Muslims need alcohol store shut.
Amid Monday’s listening to, the insight of Excise Department Asma Jehangir contended that candidate Ramesh Kumar was a legislator and did not speak to Hindu people group and that he could make the enactment at the National Assembly to ban what are prevalently called here as ‘wine stores’.
Then again, PML-N’s Ramesh Kumar who was available in the court contended under the watchful eye of the court that Hindu religion’s holy book “Geeta” restricts utilization of alcohol entirely and had the individuals who are shielding the proprietors of alcohol shops considered Geeta they would not show up under the watchful eye of the court today.
Kumar went ahead to state that constitution of Pakistan too allowed utilization of alcohol just on religious celebrations. He asked in the matter of why 11 wine shops were permitted to work in Defense zone of Karachi.
He additionally cleared up that he had tabled the bill for banning alcohol on the flor of National Assembly in 2014 and has resubmitted it now.
‘How could laws could be made for the sake of Hindus’ Kumar inquired.
In the wake of listening to the contentions of concerned gatherings the court commented that it would settle on the choice according to the legitimate limits.
We would likewise observe what is the number of inhabitants in minority groups in the Defense territory Karachi and how 11 wine shops were opened there, the court included.
The court cleared up investigating the insights with respect to the number of inhabitants in minority groups in the Defense region Karachi and how 11 wine shops were set up there.
The court dismissed the hearing with the agreement of both the concerned gatherings till January 11.