On Sunday, the parliamentary leaders of all major political parties showed their willingness of giving the 2 years extensions to Military Courts.
The government of Pakistan was trying to extend the Military courts for more 2 years but other political parties were opposing its extension. Now all parliamentary heads agree to revive the controversial Military courts for 2 years of trial the civilians who accused of terrorism. For this purpose, a bill for amendment will move in the parliament.
After the meeting of parliamentary leaders, Finance Minister Ishaq Dar and Shah Mahmood Qureshi (Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf) talking with media and said both agreed on two – years extension of Military courts.
On the other side, leader of the opposition, Syed Khursheed Shah from Pakistan people’s party did not attend the meeting with Ishaq Dar and Shah Mahmood Qureshi and have called an All-Party Conference to be held on March 4 to discuss the reinstatement of the courts.