In the Rekodic case, the International Court of Justice is an atomic bomb, the Supreme Court
Web Desk: The Supreme Court of Pakistan in the Rekodic case says that the fine imposed on Pakistan by the International Court of Justice is an atomic bomb that can affect Pakistan from any part of the world. The hearing of the Recodec Presidential Reference took place in the Supreme Court. Additional Attorney General Amir Rahman said that if the issue of relaxation of rules for the international company had been mentioned in the previous Recode Agreement, the court would not have declared it null and void.
The Chief Justice asked whether the Balochistan government had relaxed mining norms for international investors. The Additional Attorney General replied that the Balochistan government had relaxed the terms of the previous agreement.
The Chief Justice of Pakistan said that an advisory body should be set up to oversee all matters of the agreement, the federal government is investing one billion in the Rekodic project and powers have been delegated to the Balochistan government. The country is that some files in the cabinet are approved without opening, the fine of 10 billion is not about the provincial body, it is against the country. Lawyer Balochistan Bar Amanullah said that Balochistan has not received anything from the Rekodic Agreement till date.
Justice Muneeb Akhtar remarked that the penalty imposed on Pakistan by the International Court of Justice is an atomic bomb that can affect any part of the world. The court adjourned the hearing of the case till Monday.