1) 1156/2017 Const. P. Abdul Rehman (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Ors (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:ISSUANCE OF N.I.C.
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Muhammad Ali Mazhar(Author)
Order Date: 22-JAN-21


2) 1430/2017 Const. P. M/s Capital Builders & Contractors (Petitioner) V/S Pakistan Steel Mills & Ors (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:TENDER
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Muhammad Ali Mazhar(Author)
Order Date: 22-JAN-21


3) 838/2020 Const. P. Abdul Aziz Soneri (Petitioner) V/S Province of Sindh & Ors (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:AGAINST ORDER
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Muhammad Ali Mazhar(Author)
Order Date: 22-JAN-21


4) 472/2021 Const. P. Bhamar Lal (Petitioner) V/S Province of Sindh and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:CONTRACT
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Muhammad Ali Mazhar(Author)
Order Date: 22-JAN-21


5) 5008/2020 Const. P. Rao Muhammad Daim (Petitioner) V/S Province of Sindh and Ors (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:issuance of enrollment card
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Muhammad Ali Mazhar(Author)
Order Date: 22-JAN-21


6) 450/2020 Const. P. Muhammad Asif Javed (Petitioner) V/S Govt. of Sindh & Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:SCHOOL FEES
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Muhammad Ali Mazhar(Author)
Order Date: 21-JAN-21


7) 5998/2020 Const. P. M/s Green Top Pharma (Petitioner) V/S Govt of Sindh & Ors (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:TENDER
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Muhammad Ali Mazhar(Author)
Order Date: 21-JAN-21


8) 1511/2005 Const. P. K.E.S.C Labour Union and others (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and ors. (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi

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WRIT PETITION UNDER ARTICLE 199 OF THE CONSTITUTION OF ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF PAKISTAN, 1973 1. A Divisional Bench of this Court comprising of Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi and Mr. Justice Arshad Hussain Khan has pronounced the judgment today i.e. on 21st January 2021 in the case of K.E.S.C. Labour Union and others v. Federation of Pakistan and others (alongwith other connected Petitions), whereby, the petitioners have challenged the privatization process adopted by the Respondents Nos.2 and 3 i.e. Privatization Commission through its Secretary and Karachi Electric Supply Corporation Ltd. through its Managing Director in respect of sale/transfer of the shares of KESC for being illegal, irrational and without lawful authority. Whereas, further declaration has been sought to the effect that purported sale and transfer of shareholding and management control in KESC to M/s.Hassan Associates consortium, is void, malafide and opposed to law and public policy. Various other Constitutional and legal grounds were agitated during the course of hearing of above Petitions and after hearing all the learned counsel for the parties, in detail, learned Divisional Bench of this Court through an exhaustive judgment pronounced today has been pleased to dismiss the above Petitions in the following terms: - "62. In view of hereinabove facts and circumstances of the case, the aforesaid petitions are disposed of in the following terms:- a) The privatization process adopted by the respondents No.2 & 3 in respect of sale/transfer of the share of KESC does not violate the constitutional mandate, whereas, substantial compliance of the provisions of Privatization Commission Ordinance, 2000 read with Privatization Commission (Modes and Procedures) Rules, 2001, has also been made, therefore, no interference is required by this Court. Accordingly, aforesaid Constitutional Petitions being devoid of any merit, are hereby dismissed along with listed applications. b) That without prejudice to above finding, we hereby declare that the petitioners have failed to establish the malafide on the part of respondents in respect of sale/transfer of the share to KESC through negotiated sale to a private company, which is otherwise permissible in law and as per rules referred to hereinabove, therefore, the allegation of malafide by the petitioners on the part of the respondents stands rebutted, hence petitions are dismissed on this ground also. c) Nothing has been produced by the learned counsel for the petitioners in support of their submission that electricity being an essential service cannot be privatized, therefore, such plea of the petitioners also stands rebutted and the petitions are hereby dismissed on this account also." 2. Before parting with the aforesaid judgment, learned Divisional Bench of this Court has been further pleased to observe that plea of the learned counsel for the petitioners requiring the Court to take cognizance of subsequent events of privatization, issue directions to the Auditor General of Pakistan for conducting scrutiny and audit of the accounts of the K-Electric (KESC), cannot be acceded in these Petitions, as it would amount to granting a relief to the petitioners beyond the pleadings, while changing the complexion of the proceedings, to the disadvantage of the respondents, which is not permissible in law. However, it has been observed that this aspect of the matter can be agitated as a separate cause before the relevant forum/authority/Court of law, by filing appropriate proceedings, however, subject to all just exceptions and in accordance with law.
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Approved for Reporting Hon'ble Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi(Author), Hon'ble Mr. Justice Arshad Hussain Khan
Order Date: 21-JAN-21

9) 3767/2015 Const. P. United Human Right Commission (Petitioner) V/S Fed. Of Pakistan and ors (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi

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1. A Divisional Bench of this Court comprising of Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi and Mr. Justice Arshad Hussain Khan has pronounced the judgment today i.e. on 21st January 2021 in the case of K.E.S.C. Labour Union and others v. Federation of Pakistan and others (alongwith other connected Petitions), whereby, the petitioners have challenged the privatization process adopted by the Respondents Nos.2 and 3 i.e. Privatization Commission through its Secretary and Karachi Electric Supply Corporation Ltd. through its Managing Director in respect of sale/transfer of the shares of KESC for being illegal, irrational and without lawful authority. Whereas, further declaration has been sought to the effect that purported sale and transfer of shareholding and management control in KESC to M/s.Hassan Associates consortium, is void, malafide and opposed to law and public policy. Various other Constitutional and legal grounds were agitated during the course of hearing of above Petitions and after hearing all the learned counsel for the parties, in detail, learned Divisional Bench of this Court through an exhaustive judgment pronounced today has been pleased to dismiss the above Petitions in the following terms: - ???62. In view of hereinabove facts and circumstances of the case, the aforesaid petitions are disposed of in the following terms:- a) The privatization process adopted by the respondents No.2 & 3 in respect of sale/transfer of the share of KESC does not violate the constitutional mandate, whereas, substantial compliance of the provisions of Privatization Commission Ordinance, 2000 read with Privatization Commission (Modes and Procedures) Rules, 2001, has also been made, therefore, no interference is required by this Court. Accordingly, aforesaid Constitutional Petitions being devoid of any merit, are hereby dismissed along with listed applications. b) That without prejudice to above finding, we hereby declare that the petitioners have failed to establish the malafide on the part of respondents in respect of sale/transfer of the share to KESC through negotiated sale to a private company, which is otherwise permissible in law and as per rules referred to hereinabove, therefore, the allegation of malafide by the petitioners on the part of the respondents stands rebutted, hence petitions are dismissed on this ground also. c) Nothing has been produced by the learned counsel for the petitioners in support of their submission that electricity being an essential service cannot be privatized, therefore, such plea of the petitioners also stands rebutted and the petitions are hereby dismissed on this account also.??? 2. Before parting with the aforesaid judgment, learned Divisional Bench of this Court has been further pleased to observe that plea of the learned counsel for the petitioners requiring the Court to take cognizance of subsequent events of privatization, issue directions to the Auditor General of Pakistan for conducting scrutiny and audit of the accounts of the K-Electric (KESC), cannot be acceded in these Petitions, as it would amount to granting a relief to the petitioners beyond the pleadings, while changing the complexion of the proceedings, to the disadvantage of the respondents, which is not permissible in law. However, it has been observed that this aspect of the matter can be agitated as a separate cause before the relevant forum/authority/Court of law, by filing appropriate proceedings, however, subject to all just exceptions and in accordance with law.
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Matter:DIRECTION

Approved for Reporting Hon'ble Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi(Author), Hon'ble Mr. Justice Arshad Hussain Khan
Order Date: 21-JAN-21

10) 3775/2012 Const. P. K.E.S.C. Labour Union & Others (Petitioner) V/S Federation of Pakistan & Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi

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1. A Divisional Bench of this Court comprising of Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi and Mr. Justice Arshad Hussain Khan has pronounced the judgment today i.e. on 21st January 2021 in the case of K.E.S.C. Labour Union and others v. Federation of Pakistan and others (alongwith other connected Petitions), whereby, the petitioners have challenged the privatization process adopted by the Respondents Nos.2 and 3 i.e. Privatization Commission through its Secretary and Karachi Electric Supply Corporation Ltd. through its Managing Director in respect of sale/transfer of the shares of KESC for being illegal, irrational and without lawful authority. Whereas, further declaration has been sought to the effect that purported sale and transfer of shareholding and management control in KESC to M/s.Hassan Associates consortium, is void, malafide and opposed to law and public policy. Various other Constitutional and legal grounds were agitated during the course of hearing of above Petitions and after hearing all the learned counsel for the parties, in detail, learned Divisional Bench of this Court through an exhaustive judgment pronounced today has been pleased to dismiss the above Petitions in the following terms: - ???62. In view of hereinabove facts and circumstances of the case, the aforesaid petitions are disposed of in the following terms:- a) The privatization process adopted by the respondents No.2 & 3 in respect of sale/transfer of the share of KESC does not violate the constitutional mandate, whereas, substantial compliance of the provisions of Privatization Commission Ordinance, 2000 read with Privatization Commission (Modes and Procedures) Rules, 2001, has also been made, therefore, no interference is required by this Court. Accordingly, aforesaid Constitutional Petitions being devoid of any merit, are hereby dismissed along with listed applications. b) That without prejudice to above finding, we hereby declare that the petitioners have failed to establish the malafide on the part of respondents in respect of sale/transfer of the share to KESC through negotiated sale to a private company, which is otherwise permissible in law and as per rules referred to hereinabove, therefore, the allegation of malafide by the petitioners on the part of the respondents stands rebutted, hence petitions are dismissed on this ground also. c) Nothing has been produced by the learned counsel for the petitioners in support of their submission that electricity being an essential service cannot be privatized, therefore, such plea of the petitioners also stands rebutted and the petitions are hereby dismissed on this account also.??? 2. Before parting with the aforesaid judgment, learned Divisional Bench of this Court has been further pleased to observe that plea of the learned counsel for the petitioners requiring the Court to take cognizance of subsequent events of privatization, issue directions to the Auditor General of Pakistan for conducting scrutiny and audit of the accounts of the K-Electric (KESC), cannot be acceded in these Petitions, as it would amount to granting a relief to the petitioners beyond the pleadings, while changing the complexion of the proceedings, to the disadvantage of the respondents, which is not permissible in law. However, it has been observed that this aspect of the matter can be agitated as a separate cause before the relevant forum/authority/Court of law, by filing appropriate proceedings, however, subject to all just exceptions and in accordance with law.
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Matter:IMPLEMENTATION

Approved for Reporting Hon'ble Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi(Author), Hon'ble Mr. Justice Arshad Hussain Khan
Order Date: 21-JAN-21

11) 3776/2012 Const. P. K.E.S.C. Labour Union & Others (Petitioner) V/S Federation of Pakistan & Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi

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1. A Divisional Bench of this Court comprising of Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi and Mr. Justice Arshad Hussain Khan has pronounced the judgment today i.e. on 21st January 2021 in the case of K.E.S.C. Labour Union and others v. Federation of Pakistan and others (alongwith other connected Petitions), whereby, the petitioners have challenged the privatization process adopted by the Respondents Nos.2 and 3 i.e. Privatization Commission through its Secretary and Karachi Electric Supply Corporation Ltd. through its Managing Director in respect of sale/transfer of the shares of KESC for being illegal, irrational and without lawful authority. Whereas, further declaration has been sought to the effect that purported sale and transfer of shareholding and management control in KESC to M/s.Hassan Associates consortium, is void, malafide and opposed to law and public policy. Various other Constitutional and legal grounds were agitated during the course of hearing of above Petitions and after hearing all the learned counsel for the parties, in detail, learned Divisional Bench of this Court through an exhaustive judgment pronounced today has been pleased to dismiss the above Petitions in the following terms: - ???62. In view of hereinabove facts and circumstances of the case, the aforesaid petitions are disposed of in the following terms:- a) The privatization process adopted by the respondents No.2 & 3 in respect of sale/transfer of the share of KESC does not violate the constitutional mandate, whereas, substantial compliance of the provisions of Privatization Commission Ordinance, 2000 read with Privatization Commission (Modes and Procedures) Rules, 2001, has also been made, therefore, no interference is required by this Court. Accordingly, aforesaid Constitutional Petitions being devoid of any merit, are hereby dismissed along with listed applications. b) That without prejudice to above finding, we hereby declare that the petitioners have failed to establish the malafide on the part of respondents in respect of sale/transfer of the share to KESC through negotiated sale to a private company, which is otherwise permissible in law and as per rules referred to hereinabove, therefore, the allegation of malafide by the petitioners on the part of the respondents stands rebutted, hence petitions are dismissed on this ground also. c) Nothing has been produced by the learned counsel for the petitioners in support of their submission that electricity being an essential service cannot be privatized, therefore, such plea of the petitioners also stands rebutted and the petitions are hereby dismissed on this account also.??? 2. Before parting with the aforesaid judgment, learned Divisional Bench of this Court has been further pleased to observe that plea of the learned counsel for the petitioners requiring the Court to take cognizance of subsequent events of privatization, issue directions to the Auditor General of Pakistan for conducting scrutiny and audit of the accounts of the K-Electric (KESC), cannot be acceded in these Petitions, as it would amount to granting a relief to the petitioners beyond the pleadings, while changing the complexion of the proceedings, to the disadvantage of the respondents, which is not permissible in law. However, it has been observed that this aspect of the matter can be agitated as a separate cause before the relevant forum/authority/Court of law, by filing appropriate proceedings, however, subject to all just exceptions and in accordance with law.
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Matter:IMPLEMENTATION

Approved for Reporting Hon'ble Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi(Author), Hon'ble Mr. Justice Arshad Hussain Khan
Order Date: 21-JAN-21

12) 3818/2015 Const. P. Moulvi Iqbal Haider (Petitioner) V/S Fed. Of Pakistan and ors (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi

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1. A Divisional Bench of this Court comprising of Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi and Mr. Justice Arshad Hussain Khan has pronounced the judgment today i.e. on 21st January 2021 in the case of K.E.S.C. Labour Union and others v. Federation of Pakistan and others (alongwith other connected Petitions), whereby, the petitioners have challenged the privatization process adopted by the Respondents Nos.2 and 3 i.e. Privatization Commission through its Secretary and Karachi Electric Supply Corporation Ltd. through its Managing Director in respect of sale/transfer of the shares of KESC for being illegal, irrational and without lawful authority. Whereas, further declaration has been sought to the effect that purported sale and transfer of shareholding and management control in KESC to M/s.Hassan Associates consortium, is void, malafide and opposed to law and public policy. Various other Constitutional and legal grounds were agitated during the course of hearing of above Petitions and after hearing all the learned counsel for the parties, in detail, learned Divisional Bench of this Court through an exhaustive judgment pronounced today has been pleased to dismiss the above Petitions in the following terms: - ???62. In view of hereinabove facts and circumstances of the case, the aforesaid petitions are disposed of in the following terms:- a) The privatization process adopted by the respondents No.2 & 3 in respect of sale/transfer of the share of KESC does not violate the constitutional mandate, whereas, substantial compliance of the provisions of Privatization Commission Ordinance, 2000 read with Privatization Commission (Modes and Procedures) Rules, 2001, has also been made, therefore, no interference is required by this Court. Accordingly, aforesaid Constitutional Petitions being devoid of any merit, are hereby dismissed along with listed applications. b) That without prejudice to above finding, we hereby declare that the petitioners have failed to establish the malafide on the part of respondents in respect of sale/transfer of the share to KESC through negotiated sale to a private company, which is otherwise permissible in law and as per rules referred to hereinabove, therefore, the allegation of malafide by the petitioners on the part of the respondents stands rebutted, hence petitions are dismissed on this ground also. c) Nothing has been produced by the learned counsel for the petitioners in support of their submission that electricity being an essential service cannot be privatized, therefore, such plea of the petitioners also stands rebutted and the petitions are hereby dismissed on this account also.??? 2. Before parting with the aforesaid judgment, learned Divisional Bench of this Court has been further pleased to observe that plea of the learned counsel for the petitioners requiring the Court to take cognizance of subsequent events of privatization, issue directions to the Auditor General of Pakistan for conducting scrutiny and audit of the accounts of the K-Electric (KESC), cannot be acceded in these Petitions, as it would amount to granting a relief to the petitioners beyond the pleadings, while changing the complexion of the proceedings, to the disadvantage of the respondents, which is not permissible in law. However, it has been observed that this aspect of the matter can be agitated as a separate cause before the relevant forum/authority/Court of law, by filing appropriate proceedings, however, subject to all just exceptions and in accordance with law.
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Matter:DIRECTION

Approved for Reporting Hon'ble Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi(Author), Hon'ble Mr. Justice Arshad Hussain Khan
Order Date: 21-JAN-21

13) 6560/2020 Const. P. Gul Bahar Bano (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:ISSUANCE OF N.I.C.
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Muhammad Ali Mazhar(Author)
Order Date: 21-JAN-21


14) 401/2021 Const. P. Zakir Hussain Larik (Petitioner) V/S Provice of Sindh and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:SERVICE
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Muhammad Shafi Siddiqui(Author), Hon'ble Mr. Justice Adnan-ul-Karim Memon
Order Date: 21-JAN-21


15) 438/2021 Const. P. Faruukh Arfeen (Petitioner) V/S GM HR USC and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:AGAINST ORDER
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Muhammad Shafi Siddiqui(Author), Hon'ble Mr. Justice Adnan-ul-Karim Memon
Order Date: 21-JAN-21


16) 3155/2020 Const. P. Sharjeel Khan Yousufi (Petitioner) V/S Province of Sindh & Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:BANKING
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Muhammad Ali Mazhar(Author)
Order Date: 20-JAN-21


17) 5621/2020 Const. P. Wajahat ur Rehman (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:SERVICE
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Muhammad Ali Mazhar(Author)
Order Date: 20-JAN-21


18) 1590/2020 Const. P. Shah Jhana Khan NIazi (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:DIRECTION
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Muhammad Ali Mazhar(Author)
Order Date: 20-JAN-21


19) 3066/2019 Const. P. Moulana Aziz ul Haque Shouqi (Petitioner) V/S Govt. of Sindh & Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:ELECTION MATTER
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Muhammad Ali Mazhar(Author)
Order Date: 20-JAN-21


20) 8583/2019 Const. P. Mst Saima & another (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:ISSUANCE OF N.I.C.
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Muhammad Ali Mazhar(Author)
Order Date: 20-JAN-21


21) 6808/2020 Const. P. M/s Fazal Nazir Printing Press and Others (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:CUSTOM MATTER
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Muhammad Junaid Ghaffar(Author), Hon'ble Mr. Justice Agha Faisal(Author)
Order Date: 20-JAN-21


22) 443/2021 Const. P. M/s Afetex Ind (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:AGAINST BILL
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi(Author), Hon'ble Justice Mrs. Rashida Asad
Order Date: 20-JAN-21


23) 450/2021 Const. P. Shahla Khalid (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:INCOME TAX
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi(Author), Hon'ble Justice Mrs. Rashida Asad
Order Date: 20-JAN-21


24) 432/2021 Const. P. Shaheen Airport Services Hanrd Worker Union (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:AGAINST ORDER
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Muhammad Shafi Siddiqui, Hon'ble Mr. Justice Adnan-ul-Karim Memon(Author)
Order Date: 20-JAN-21


25) 8/2021 H.C.A Universal Track (Pvt) Ltd (Appellant) V/S Federation of Pakistan & another (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:AGAINST THE ORDER
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Muhammad Ali Mazhar(Author)
Order Date: 20-JAN-21


26) 9/2021 H.C.A EXTREME Solution (Pvt) Ltd & others (Appellant) V/S Federation of Pakistan & others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:AGAINST THE ORDER
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Muhammad Ali Mazhar(Author)
Order Date: 20-JAN-21


27) 1737/2020 Const. P. Muhammad Raheel Siddiqui (Petitioner) V/S Province of Sindh & Ors (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi

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Differently abled persons
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Matter:APPOINTMENT
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Adnan-ul-Karim Memon
Order Date: 20-JAN-21

28) 790/2018 Const. P. Atam Parkash Chanani (Petitioner) V/S GOS & Ors (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi

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Differently abled persons
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Matter:APPOINTMENT
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Adnan-ul-Karim Memon
Order Date: 20-JAN-21

29) 1830/2020 Const. P. Amjad Hussain & Ors (Petitioner) V/S Province of Sindh & Ors (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi

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Differently abled persons
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Matter:DISABLE QUOTA
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Adnan-ul-Karim Memon
Order Date: 20-JAN-21

30) 2080/2018 Const. P. Hafizullah & Ors (Petitioner) V/S Province of Sindh and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi

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Differently abled persons
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Matter:DISABLE QUOTA
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Adnan-ul-Karim Memon
Order Date: 20-JAN-21

31) 3376/2018 Const. P. Zafar Azeem & Ors (Petitioner) V/S Province of Sindh and Ors (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi

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Differently abled persons
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Matter:APPOINTMENT
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Adnan-ul-Karim Memon
Order Date: 20-JAN-21

32) 3978/2020 Const. P. Waseem Ahmed (Petitioner) V/S Province of Sindh & Ors (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi

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Differently abled persons
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Matter:DISABLE QUOTA
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Adnan-ul-Karim Memon
Order Date: 20-JAN-21

33) 6209/2019 Const. P. Muhammad Asghar Babar (Petitioner) V/S Province of Sindh & Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi

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Differently abled persons
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Matter:APPOINTMENT
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Adnan-ul-Karim Memon
Order Date: 20-JAN-21

34) 6528/2020 Const. P. Muhammad Imran Sultan and Others (Petitioner) V/S Province of Sindh and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi

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Differently abled persons
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Matter:DIRECTION
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Adnan-ul-Karim Memon
Order Date: 20-JAN-21

35) 7090/2017 Const. P. Atam Parkash Chanani & Another (Petitioner) V/S Govt. Of Sindh & Ors (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi

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Differently abled persons
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Matter:DIRECTION
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Adnan-ul-Karim Memon
Order Date: 20-JAN-21

36) 7261/2017 Const. P. Wazir Ali (Petitioner) V/S Province of Sindh & Ors (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi

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Differently abled persons
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Matter:APPOINTMENT
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Adnan-ul-Karim Memon
Order Date: 20-JAN-21

37) 7359/2017 Const. P. Nazar Ali (Petitioner) V/S Province of Sindh & Ors (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi

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Differently abled persons
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Matter:SERVICE
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Adnan-ul-Karim Memon
Order Date: 20-JAN-21

38) 8056/2017 Const. P. Saddam Hussain & Ors (Petitioner) V/S Province of Sindh & Ors (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi

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Differently abled persons
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Matter:APPOINTMENT
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Adnan-ul-Karim Memon
Order Date: 20-JAN-21

39) 8779/2017 Const. P. Syed Mumtaz Hussain and Ors (Petitioner) V/S Province of Sindh and Ors (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi

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Differently abled persons
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Matter:DISABLE QUOTA
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Adnan-ul-Karim Memon
Order Date: 20-JAN-21

40) 2839/2017 Const. P. Muhammad Azeem (Petitioner) V/S Province of Sindh and otehrs (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi

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recruitment process of Head Master/Head Mistress in BPS-17 and their participation in SPSC.
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Matter:SERVICE
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Muhammad Shafi Siddiqui(Author), Hon'ble Mr. Justice Adnan-ul-Karim Memon
Order Date: 19-JAN-21

41) 2638/2018 Const. P. Gulshan Begum (Petitioner) V/S O.G.R.A and Ors (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:DIRECTION
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Muhammad Ali Mazhar(Author)
Order Date: 19-JAN-21


42) 1626/2019 Const. P. Pakistan Association of Pvt Medical & Dental Inst (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:DIRECTION
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Muhammad Ali Mazhar(Author)
Order Date: 19-JAN-21


43) 2406/2019 Const. P. Pakistan Association of Pvt Medical & Dental Inst. (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:ADMISSION MATTER
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Muhammad Ali Mazhar(Author)
Order Date: 19-JAN-21


44) 3911/2020 Const. P. Cancer Foundation Hospital (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:DIRECTION
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Muhammad Ali Mazhar(Author)
Order Date: 19-JAN-21


45) 5132/2020 Const. P. Mukesh Kumar (Petitioner) V/S Bahria University & Ors (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:AGAINST LETTER
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Muhammad Ali Mazhar(Author)
Order Date: 19-JAN-21


46) 356/2021 Const. P. Atta uddin thru: Legal Heirs (Petitioner) V/S Province of Sindh and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:LAND MATTERS
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Muhammad Junaid Ghaffar(Author), Hon'ble Mr. Justice Agha Faisal(Author)
Order Date: 19-JAN-21


47) 357/2021 Const. P. Abdul Sattar (Petitioner) V/S Province of Sindh and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:LAND MATTERS
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Muhammad Junaid Ghaffar(Author), Hon'ble Mr. Justice Agha Faisal(Author)
Order Date: 19-JAN-21


48) 134/2021 Const. P. M/s Sakrand Sugar Mills Ltd (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:INCOME TAX
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi(Author), Hon'ble Justice Mrs. Rashida Asad
Order Date: 19-JAN-21


49) 135/2021 Const. P. M/s Sakrand Sugar Mills Ltd (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:INCOME TAX
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi(Author), Hon'ble Justice Mrs. Rashida Asad
Order Date: 19-JAN-21


50) 136/2021 Const. P. M/s Sakrand Sugar Mills Ltd (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:INCOME TAX
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi(Author), Hon'ble Justice Mrs. Rashida Asad
Order Date: 19-JAN-21


51) 408/2021 Const. P. M/s Larr Sugar Mills Ltd (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:INCOME TAX
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi(Author), Hon'ble Justice Mrs. Rashida Asad
Order Date: 19-JAN-21


52) 409/2021 Const. P. M/s Lar Sugar Mills Ltd (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:INCOME TAX
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi(Author), Hon'ble Justice Mrs. Rashida Asad
Order Date: 19-JAN-21


53) 410/2021 Const. P. M/s Larr Sugar Mills Ltd (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:INCOME TAX
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi(Author), Hon'ble Justice Mrs. Rashida Asad
Order Date: 19-JAN-21


54) 73/2021 Const. P. NBP (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:INCOME TAX
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi(Author), Hon'ble Justice Mrs. Rashida Asad
Order Date: 19-JAN-21


55) 78/2021 Const. P. Oleo Corp. Pvt Ltd (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan & Ors (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:SALES TAX
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi(Author), Hon'ble Justice Mrs. Rashida Asad
Order Date: 19-JAN-21


56) 339/2021 Const. P. Ghulam Haider (Petitioner) V/S Province of Sindh & Ors (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi

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laches--dismissed
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Matter:SERVICE
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Adnan-ul-Karim Memon
Order Date: 19-JAN-21

57) 6473/2020 Const. P. M/s Aftab A. Khan and Brothers (Petitioner) V/S Executive Engineer and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:BID
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Muhammad Ali Mazhar(Author)
Order Date: 18-JAN-21


58) 6296/2020 Const. P. Anwara Begum (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:ISSUANCE OF N.I.C.
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Muhammad Ali Mazhar(Author)
Order Date: 18-JAN-21


59) 158/2020 Const. P. M/s Western Silk Mills (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi

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A Divisional Bench of this Court comprising of Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi and Mr. Justice Zulfiqar Ahmed Khan has pronounced the judgment on 18th January 2021 in the case of Al-Razzaq Fibres Pvt. Ltd. and others v. The Federation of Pakistan and another (alongwith other connected Petitions), whereby, the petitioners have challenged the vires of the amendment in in subsection (2)(b) of Section 3 and Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990 through Finance Act, 2017, to the extent of substituting the words ???Board with the approval of Federal Minister Incharge??? as well as SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017, particularly adding of a new condition XIV to SRO 1125(I)/2011 for being ultra vires to the Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan, 1973. Divisional Bench of this Court has been pleased to allow the aforesaid Petitions in the following terms: - ???11. Accordingly, for the above reasons, instant petitions are allowed in the following terms:- (i) Amendment in Section 3(2)(b) read with Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990, through Finance Act, 2017, to the extent of substituting the words ??? Board with the approval of Federal Minister Incharge???, is ultravires to Constitution, and contrary to law, hence of no legal effect. (ii) SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017 issued in terms of and in purported exercise of powers conferred by, the amendment in Section 3(2)(b) and Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990, particularly adding of a new condition XIV to SRO 1125(1)/2011, is declared to be ultra vires the Constitution, and is of no legal effect. (iii) The respondents are restrained from demanding any duty in terms of SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017 from the petitioners. (iv) Provisions of Section 74A, suffice to say, have no relevance to the controversy in hand because it seeks validation of the acts of ???Federal Government???, and not that of the ???Board, with the approval of the Federal Minister-in-Charge???.???
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Matter:SALES TAX

Approved for Reporting Hon'ble Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi(Author), Hon'ble Mr. Justice Zulfiqar Ahmad Khan
Order Date: 18-JAN-21

60) 573/2019 Const. P. M/s Gatron (Ind) Ltd (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi

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A Divisional Bench of this Court comprising of Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi and Mr. Justice Zulfiqar Ahmed Khan has pronounced the judgment on 18th January 2021 in the case of Al-Razzaq Fibres Pvt. Ltd. and others v. The Federation of Pakistan and another (alongwith other connected Petitions), whereby, the petitioners have challenged the vires of the amendment in in subsection (2)(b) of Section 3 and Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990 through Finance Act, 2017, to the extent of substituting the words ???Board with the approval of Federal Minister Incharge??? as well as SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017, particularly adding of a new condition XIV to SRO 1125(I)/2011 for being ultra vires to the Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan, 1973. Divisional Bench of this Court has been pleased to allow the aforesaid Petitions in the following terms: - ???11. Accordingly, for the above reasons, instant petitions are allowed in the following terms:- (i) Amendment in Section 3(2)(b) read with Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990, through Finance Act, 2017, to the extent of substituting the words ??? Board with the approval of Federal Minister Incharge???, is ultravires to Constitution, and contrary to law, hence of no legal effect. (ii) SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017 issued in terms of and in purported exercise of powers conferred by, the amendment in Section 3(2)(b) and Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990, particularly adding of a new condition XIV to SRO 1125(1)/2011, is declared to be ultra vires the Constitution, and is of no legal effect. (iii) The respondents are restrained from demanding any duty in terms of SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017 from the petitioners. (iv) Provisions of Section 74A, suffice to say, have no relevance to the controversy in hand because it seeks validation of the acts of ???Federal Government???, and not that of the ???Board, with the approval of the Federal Minister-in-Charge???.???
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Matter:INCOME TAX

Approved for Reporting Hon'ble Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi(Author), Hon'ble Mr. Justice Zulfiqar Ahmad Khan
Order Date: 18-JAN-21

61) 756/2019 Const. P. M/s Sanaullah Textile Mills (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi

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A Divisional Bench of this Court comprising of Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi and Mr. Justice Zulfiqar Ahmed Khan has pronounced the judgment on 18th January 2021 in the case of Al-Razzaq Fibres Pvt. Ltd. and others v. The Federation of Pakistan and another (alongwith other connected Petitions), whereby, the petitioners have challenged the vires of the amendment in in subsection (2)(b) of Section 3 and Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990 through Finance Act, 2017, to the extent of substituting the words ???Board with the approval of Federal Minister Incharge??? as well as SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017, particularly adding of a new condition XIV to SRO 1125(I)/2011 for being ultra vires to the Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan, 1973. Divisional Bench of this Court has been pleased to allow the aforesaid Petitions in the following terms: - ???11. Accordingly, for the above reasons, instant petitions are allowed in the following terms:- (i) Amendment in Section 3(2)(b) read with Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990, through Finance Act, 2017, to the extent of substituting the words ??? Board with the approval of Federal Minister Incharge???, is ultravires to Constitution, and contrary to law, hence of no legal effect. (ii) SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017 issued in terms of and in purported exercise of powers conferred by, the amendment in Section 3(2)(b) and Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990, particularly adding of a new condition XIV to SRO 1125(1)/2011, is declared to be ultra vires the Constitution, and is of no legal effect. (iii) The respondents are restrained from demanding any duty in terms of SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017 from the petitioners. (iv) Provisions of Section 74A, suffice to say, have no relevance to the controversy in hand because it seeks validation of the acts of ???Federal Government???, and not that of the ???Board, with the approval of the Federal Minister-in-Charge???.???
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Matter:SALES TAX

Approved for Reporting Hon'ble Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi(Author), Hon'ble Mr. Justice Zulfiqar Ahmad Khan
Order Date: 18-JAN-21

62) 1057/2019 Const. P. M/s Ashfaq Ahmed (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi

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A Divisional Bench of this Court comprising of Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi and Mr. Justice Zulfiqar Ahmed Khan has pronounced the judgment on 18th January 2021 in the case of Al-Razzaq Fibres Pvt. Ltd. and others v. The Federation of Pakistan and another (alongwith other connected Petitions), whereby, the petitioners have challenged the vires of the amendment in in subsection (2)(b) of Section 3 and Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990 through Finance Act, 2017, to the extent of substituting the words ???Board with the approval of Federal Minister Incharge??? as well as SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017, particularly adding of a new condition XIV to SRO 1125(I)/2011 for being ultra vires to the Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan, 1973. Divisional Bench of this Court has been pleased to allow the aforesaid Petitions in the following terms: - ???11. Accordingly, for the above reasons, instant petitions are allowed in the following terms:- (i) Amendment in Section 3(2)(b) read with Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990, through Finance Act, 2017, to the extent of substituting the words ??? Board with the approval of Federal Minister Incharge???, is ultravires to Constitution, and contrary to law, hence of no legal effect. (ii) SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017 issued in terms of and in purported exercise of powers conferred by, the amendment in Section 3(2)(b) and Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990, particularly adding of a new condition XIV to SRO 1125(1)/2011, is declared to be ultra vires the Constitution, and is of no legal effect. (iii) The respondents are restrained from demanding any duty in terms of SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017 from the petitioners. (iv) Provisions of Section 74A, suffice to say, have no relevance to the controversy in hand because it seeks validation of the acts of ???Federal Government???, and not that of the ???Board, with the approval of the Federal Minister-in-Charge???.???
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Matter:SALES TAX

Approved for Reporting Hon'ble Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi(Author), Hon'ble Mr. Justice Zulfiqar Ahmad Khan
Order Date: 18-JAN-21

63) 1096/2019 Const. P. M/s Salim Winding Works & Ors (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi

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A Divisional Bench of this Court comprising of Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi and Mr. Justice Zulfiqar Ahmed Khan has pronounced the judgment on 18th January 2021 in the case of Al-Razzaq Fibres Pvt. Ltd. and others v. The Federation of Pakistan and another (alongwith other connected Petitions), whereby, the petitioners have challenged the vires of the amendment in in subsection (2)(b) of Section 3 and Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990 through Finance Act, 2017, to the extent of substituting the words ???Board with the approval of Federal Minister Incharge??? as well as SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017, particularly adding of a new condition XIV to SRO 1125(I)/2011 for being ultra vires to the Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan, 1973. Divisional Bench of this Court has been pleased to allow the aforesaid Petitions in the following terms: - ???11. Accordingly, for the above reasons, instant petitions are allowed in the following terms:- (i) Amendment in Section 3(2)(b) read with Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990, through Finance Act, 2017, to the extent of substituting the words ??? Board with the approval of Federal Minister Incharge???, is ultravires to Constitution, and contrary to law, hence of no legal effect. (ii) SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017 issued in terms of and in purported exercise of powers conferred by, the amendment in Section 3(2)(b) and Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990, particularly adding of a new condition XIV to SRO 1125(1)/2011, is declared to be ultra vires the Constitution, and is of no legal effect. (iii) The respondents are restrained from demanding any duty in terms of SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017 from the petitioners. (iv) Provisions of Section 74A, suffice to say, have no relevance to the controversy in hand because it seeks validation of the acts of ???Federal Government???, and not that of the ???Board, with the approval of the Federal Minister-in-Charge???.???
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Matter:SALES TAX

Approved for Reporting Hon'ble Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi(Author), Hon'ble Mr. Justice Zulfiqar Ahmad Khan
Order Date: 18-JAN-21

64) 1436/2019 Const. P. M/s Ever Green Enterprises and Ors (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi

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A Divisional Bench of this Court comprising of Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi and Mr. Justice Zulfiqar Ahmed Khan has pronounced the judgment on 18th January 2021 in the case of Al-Razzaq Fibres Pvt. Ltd. and others v. The Federation of Pakistan and another (alongwith other connected Petitions), whereby, the petitioners have challenged the vires of the amendment in in subsection (2)(b) of Section 3 and Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990 through Finance Act, 2017, to the extent of substituting the words ???Board with the approval of Federal Minister Incharge??? as well as SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017, particularly adding of a new condition XIV to SRO 1125(I)/2011 for being ultra vires to the Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan, 1973. Divisional Bench of this Court has been pleased to allow the aforesaid Petitions in the following terms: - ???11. Accordingly, for the above reasons, instant petitions are allowed in the following terms:- (i) Amendment in Section 3(2)(b) read with Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990, through Finance Act, 2017, to the extent of substituting the words ??? Board with the approval of Federal Minister Incharge???, is ultravires to Constitution, and contrary to law, hence of no legal effect. (ii) SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017 issued in terms of and in purported exercise of powers conferred by, the amendment in Section 3(2)(b) and Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990, particularly adding of a new condition XIV to SRO 1125(1)/2011, is declared to be ultra vires the Constitution, and is of no legal effect. (iii) The respondents are restrained from demanding any duty in terms of SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017 from the petitioners. (iv) Provisions of Section 74A, suffice to say, have no relevance to the controversy in hand because it seeks validation of the acts of ???Federal Government???, and not that of the ???Board, with the approval of the Federal Minister-in-Charge???.???
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Matter:SALES TAX
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi(Author), Hon'ble Mr. Justice Zulfiqar Ahmad Khan
Order Date: 18-JAN-21

65) 1469/2019 Const. P. Hassan Jamal (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi

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A Divisional Bench of this Court comprising of Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi and Mr. Justice Zulfiqar Ahmed Khan has pronounced the judgment on 18th January 2021 in the case of Al-Razzaq Fibres Pvt. Ltd. and others v. The Federation of Pakistan and another (alongwith other connected Petitions), whereby, the petitioners have challenged the vires of the amendment in in subsection (2)(b) of Section 3 and Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990 through Finance Act, 2017, to the extent of substituting the words ???Board with the approval of Federal Minister Incharge??? as well as SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017, particularly adding of a new condition XIV to SRO 1125(I)/2011 for being ultra vires to the Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan, 1973. Divisional Bench of this Court has been pleased to allow the aforesaid Petitions in the following terms: - ???11. Accordingly, for the above reasons, instant petitions are allowed in the following terms:- (i) Amendment in Section 3(2)(b) read with Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990, through Finance Act, 2017, to the extent of substituting the words ??? Board with the approval of Federal Minister Incharge???, is ultravires to Constitution, and contrary to law, hence of no legal effect. (ii) SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017 issued in terms of and in purported exercise of powers conferred by, the amendment in Section 3(2)(b) and Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990, particularly adding of a new condition XIV to SRO 1125(1)/2011, is declared to be ultra vires the Constitution, and is of no legal effect. (iii) The respondents are restrained from demanding any duty in terms of SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017 from the petitioners. (iv) Provisions of Section 74A, suffice to say, have no relevance to the controversy in hand because it seeks validation of the acts of ???Federal Government???, and not that of the ???Board, with the approval of the Federal Minister-in-Charge???.???
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Matter:SALES TAX

Approved for Reporting Hon'ble Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi(Author), Hon'ble Mr. Justice Zulfiqar Ahmad Khan
Order Date: 18-JAN-21

66) 1596/2019 Const. P. M/s Reliance Textile Industries (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi

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A Divisional Bench of this Court comprising of Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi and Mr. Justice Zulfiqar Ahmed Khan has pronounced the judgment on 18th January 2021 in the case of Al-Razzaq Fibres Pvt. Ltd. and others v. The Federation of Pakistan and another (alongwith other connected Petitions), whereby, the petitioners have challenged the vires of the amendment in in subsection (2)(b) of Section 3 and Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990 through Finance Act, 2017, to the extent of substituting the words ???Board with the approval of Federal Minister Incharge??? as well as SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017, particularly adding of a new condition XIV to SRO 1125(I)/2011 for being ultra vires to the Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan, 1973. Divisional Bench of this Court has been pleased to allow the aforesaid Petitions in the following terms: - ???11. Accordingly, for the above reasons, instant petitions are allowed in the following terms:- (i) Amendment in Section 3(2)(b) read with Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990, through Finance Act, 2017, to the extent of substituting the words ??? Board with the approval of Federal Minister Incharge???, is ultravires to Constitution, and contrary to law, hence of no legal effect. (ii) SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017 issued in terms of and in purported exercise of powers conferred by, the amendment in Section 3(2)(b) and Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990, particularly adding of a new condition XIV to SRO 1125(1)/2011, is declared to be ultra vires the Constitution, and is of no legal effect. (iii) The respondents are restrained from demanding any duty in terms of SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017 from the petitioners. (iv) Provisions of Section 74A, suffice to say, have no relevance to the controversy in hand because it seeks validation of the acts of ???Federal Government???, and not that of the ???Board, with the approval of the Federal Minister-in-Charge???.???
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Matter:SALES TAX

Approved for Reporting Hon'ble Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi(Author), Hon'ble Mr. Justice Zulfiqar Ahmad Khan
Order Date: 18-JAN-21

67) 1704/2018 Const. P. Al-Razzaq Fibres & Ors (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi

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WRIT PETITION UNDER ARTICLE 199 OF THE CONSTITUTION OF ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF PAKISTAN, 1973 A Divisional Bench of this Court comprising of Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi and Mr. Justice Zulfiqar Ahmed Khan has pronounced the judgment on 18th January 2021 in the case of Al-Razzaq Fibres Pvt. Ltd. and others v. The Federation of Pakistan and another (alongwith other connected Petitions), whereby, the petitioners have challenged the vires of the amendment in in subsection (2)(b) of Section 3 and Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990 through Finance Act, 2017, to the extent of substituting the words ???Board with the approval of Federal Minister Incharge" as well as SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017, particularly adding of a new condition XIV to SRO 1125(I)/2011 for being ultra vires to the Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan, 1973. Divisional Bench of this Court has been pleased to allow the aforesaid Petitions in the following terms: - "11.Accordingly, for the above reasons, instant petitions are allowed in the following terms:- (i) Amendment in Section 3(2)(b) read with Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990, through Finance Act, 2017, to the extent of substituting the words " Board with the approval of Federal Minister Incharge", is ultravires to Constitution, and contrary to law, hence of no legal effect. (ii) SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017 issued in terms of and in purported exercise of powers conferred by, the amendment in Section 3(2)(b) and Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990, particularly adding of a new condition XIV to SRO 1125(1)/2011, is declared to be ultra vires the Constitution, and is of no legal effect. (iii) The respondents are restrained from demanding any duty in terms of SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017 from the petitioners. (iv) Provisions of Section 74A, suffice to say, have no relevance to the controversy in hand because it seeks validation of the acts of "Federal Government???, and not that of the ???Board, with the approval of the Federal Minister-in-Charge"."
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Matter:SALES TAX

Approved for Reporting Hon'ble Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi(Author), Hon'ble Mr. Justice Zulfiqar Ahmad Khan
Order Date: 18-JAN-21

68) 2643/2019 Const. P. M/s Dacca Silk Mills (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi

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A Divisional Bench of this Court comprising of Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi and Mr. Justice Zulfiqar Ahmed Khan has pronounced the judgment on 18th January 2021 in the case of Al-Razzaq Fibres Pvt. Ltd. and others v. The Federation of Pakistan and another (alongwith other connected Petitions), whereby, the petitioners have challenged the vires of the amendment in in subsection (2)(b) of Section 3 and Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990 through Finance Act, 2017, to the extent of substituting the words ???Board with the approval of Federal Minister Incharge??? as well as SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017, particularly adding of a new condition XIV to SRO 1125(I)/2011 for being ultra vires to the Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan, 1973. Divisional Bench of this Court has been pleased to allow the aforesaid Petitions in the following terms: - ???11. Accordingly, for the above reasons, instant petitions are allowed in the following terms:- (i) Amendment in Section 3(2)(b) read with Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990, through Finance Act, 2017, to the extent of substituting the words ??? Board with the approval of Federal Minister Incharge???, is ultravires to Constitution, and contrary to law, hence of no legal effect. (ii) SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017 issued in terms of and in purported exercise of powers conferred by, the amendment in Section 3(2)(b) and Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990, particularly adding of a new condition XIV to SRO 1125(1)/2011, is declared to be ultra vires the Constitution, and is of no legal effect. (iii) The respondents are restrained from demanding any duty in terms of SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017 from the petitioners. (iv) Provisions of Section 74A, suffice to say, have no relevance to the controversy in hand because it seeks validation of the acts of ???Federal Government???, and not that of the ???Board, with the approval of the Federal Minister-in-Charge???.???
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Matter:SALES TAX

Approved for Reporting Hon'ble Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi(Author), Hon'ble Mr. Justice Zulfiqar Ahmad Khan
Order Date: 18-JAN-21

69) 2644/2019 Const. P. M/s Ali Enterprises and Ors (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi

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A Divisional Bench of this Court comprising of Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi and Mr. Justice Zulfiqar Ahmed Khan has pronounced the judgment on 18th January 2021 in the case of Al-Razzaq Fibres Pvt. Ltd. and others v. The Federation of Pakistan and another (alongwith other connected Petitions), whereby, the petitioners have challenged the vires of the amendment in in subsection (2)(b) of Section 3 and Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990 through Finance Act, 2017, to the extent of substituting the words ???Board with the approval of Federal Minister Incharge??? as well as SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017, particularly adding of a new condition XIV to SRO 1125(I)/2011 for being ultra vires to the Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan, 1973. Divisional Bench of this Court has been pleased to allow the aforesaid Petitions in the following terms: - ???11. Accordingly, for the above reasons, instant petitions are allowed in the following terms:- (i) Amendment in Section 3(2)(b) read with Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990, through Finance Act, 2017, to the extent of substituting the words ??? Board with the approval of Federal Minister Incharge???, is ultravires to Constitution, and contrary to law, hence of no legal effect. (ii) SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017 issued in terms of and in purported exercise of powers conferred by, the amendment in Section 3(2)(b) and Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990, particularly adding of a new condition XIV to SRO 1125(1)/2011, is declared to be ultra vires the Constitution, and is of no legal effect. (iii) The respondents are restrained from demanding any duty in terms of SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017 from the petitioners. (iv) Provisions of Section 74A, suffice to say, have no relevance to the controversy in hand because it seeks validation of the acts of ???Federal Government???, and not that of the ???Board, with the approval of the Federal Minister-in-Charge???.???
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Matter:SALES TAX

Approved for Reporting Hon'ble Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi(Author), Hon'ble Mr. Justice Zulfiqar Ahmad Khan
Order Date: 18-JAN-21

70) 3022/2019 Const. P. M/s Osama Textile and Ors (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi

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A Divisional Bench of this Court comprising of Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi and Mr. Justice Zulfiqar Ahmed Khan has pronounced the judgment on 18th January 2021 in the case of Al-Razzaq Fibres Pvt. Ltd. and others v. The Federation of Pakistan and another (alongwith other connected Petitions), whereby, the petitioners have challenged the vires of the amendment in in subsection (2)(b) of Section 3 and Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990 through Finance Act, 2017, to the extent of substituting the words ???Board with the approval of Federal Minister Incharge??? as well as SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017, particularly adding of a new condition XIV to SRO 1125(I)/2011 for being ultra vires to the Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan, 1973. Divisional Bench of this Court has been pleased to allow the aforesaid Petitions in the following terms: - ???11. Accordingly, for the above reasons, instant petitions are allowed in the following terms:- (i) Amendment in Section 3(2)(b) read with Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990, through Finance Act, 2017, to the extent of substituting the words ??? Board with the approval of Federal Minister Incharge???, is ultravires to Constitution, and contrary to law, hence of no legal effect. (ii) SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017 issued in terms of and in purported exercise of powers conferred by, the amendment in Section 3(2)(b) and Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990, particularly adding of a new condition XIV to SRO 1125(1)/2011, is declared to be ultra vires the Constitution, and is of no legal effect. (iii) The respondents are restrained from demanding any duty in terms of SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017 from the petitioners. (iv) Provisions of Section 74A, suffice to say, have no relevance to the controversy in hand because it seeks validation of the acts of ???Federal Government???, and not that of the ???Board, with the approval of the Federal Minister-in-Charge???.???
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Matter:SALES TAX

Approved for Reporting Hon'ble Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi(Author), Hon'ble Mr. Justice Zulfiqar Ahmad Khan
Order Date: 18-JAN-21

71) 3261/2018 Const. P. M/s M. Usman (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi

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A Divisional Bench of this Court comprising of Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi and Mr. Justice Zulfiqar Ahmed Khan has pronounced the judgment on 18th January 2021 in the case of Al-Razzaq Fibres Pvt. Ltd. and others v. The Federation of Pakistan and another (alongwith other connected Petitions), whereby, the petitioners have challenged the vires of the amendment in in subsection (2)(b) of Section 3 and Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990 through Finance Act, 2017, to the extent of substituting the words ???Board with the approval of Federal Minister Incharge??? as well as SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017, particularly adding of a new condition XIV to SRO 1125(I)/2011 for being ultra vires to the Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan, 1973. Divisional Bench of this Court has been pleased to allow the aforesaid Petitions in the following terms: - ???11. Accordingly, for the above reasons, instant petitions are allowed in the following terms:- (i) Amendment in Section 3(2)(b) read with Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990, through Finance Act, 2017, to the extent of substituting the words ??? Board with the approval of Federal Minister Incharge???, is ultravires to Constitution, and contrary to law, hence of no legal effect. (ii) SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017 issued in terms of and in purported exercise of powers conferred by, the amendment in Section 3(2)(b) and Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990, particularly adding of a new condition XIV to SRO 1125(1)/2011, is declared to be ultra vires the Constitution, and is of no legal effect. (iii) The respondents are restrained from demanding any duty in terms of SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017 from the petitioners. (iv) Provisions of Section 74A, suffice to say, have no relevance to the controversy in hand because it seeks validation of the acts of ???Federal Government???, and not that of the ???Board, with the approval of the Federal Minister-in-Charge???.???
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Approved for Reporting Hon'ble Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi(Author), Hon'ble Mr. Justice Zulfiqar Ahmad Khan
Order Date: 18-JAN-21

72) 3284/2019 Const. P. M/s United Ind & Ors (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi

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A Divisional Bench of this Court comprising of Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi and Mr. Justice Zulfiqar Ahmed Khan has pronounced the judgment on 18th January 2021 in the case of Al-Razzaq Fibres Pvt. Ltd. and others v. The Federation of Pakistan and another (alongwith other connected Petitions), whereby, the petitioners have challenged the vires of the amendment in in subsection (2)(b) of Section 3 and Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990 through Finance Act, 2017, to the extent of substituting the words ???Board with the approval of Federal Minister Incharge??? as well as SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017, particularly adding of a new condition XIV to SRO 1125(I)/2011 for being ultra vires to the Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan, 1973. Divisional Bench of this Court has been pleased to allow the aforesaid Petitions in the following terms: - ???11. Accordingly, for the above reasons, instant petitions are allowed in the following terms:- (i) Amendment in Section 3(2)(b) read with Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990, through Finance Act, 2017, to the extent of substituting the words ??? Board with the approval of Federal Minister Incharge???, is ultravires to Constitution, and contrary to law, hence of no legal effect. (ii) SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017 issued in terms of and in purported exercise of powers conferred by, the amendment in Section 3(2)(b) and Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990, particularly adding of a new condition XIV to SRO 1125(1)/2011, is declared to be ultra vires the Constitution, and is of no legal effect. (iii) The respondents are restrained from demanding any duty in terms of SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017 from the petitioners. (iv) Provisions of Section 74A, suffice to say, have no relevance to the controversy in hand because it seeks validation of the acts of ???Federal Government???, and not that of the ???Board, with the approval of the Federal Minister-in-Charge???.???
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Approved for Reporting Hon'ble Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi(Author), Hon'ble Mr. Justice Zulfiqar Ahmad Khan
Order Date: 18-JAN-21

73) 3543/2019 Const. P. M/s Waqas Umer and Ors (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi

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A Divisional Bench of this Court comprising of Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi and Mr. Justice Zulfiqar Ahmed Khan has pronounced the judgment on 18th January 2021 in the case of Al-Razzaq Fibres Pvt. Ltd. and others v. The Federation of Pakistan and another (alongwith other connected Petitions), whereby, the petitioners have challenged the vires of the amendment in in subsection (2)(b) of Section 3 and Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990 through Finance Act, 2017, to the extent of substituting the words ???Board with the approval of Federal Minister Incharge??? as well as SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017, particularly adding of a new condition XIV to SRO 1125(I)/2011 for being ultra vires to the Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan, 1973. Divisional Bench of this Court has been pleased to allow the aforesaid Petitions in the following terms: - ???11. Accordingly, for the above reasons, instant petitions are allowed in the following terms:- (i) Amendment in Section 3(2)(b) read with Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990, through Finance Act, 2017, to the extent of substituting the words ??? Board with the approval of Federal Minister Incharge???, is ultravires to Constitution, and contrary to law, hence of no legal effect. (ii) SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017 issued in terms of and in purported exercise of powers conferred by, the amendment in Section 3(2)(b) and Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990, particularly adding of a new condition XIV to SRO 1125(1)/2011, is declared to be ultra vires the Constitution, and is of no legal effect. (iii) The respondents are restrained from demanding any duty in terms of SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017 from the petitioners. (iv) Provisions of Section 74A, suffice to say, have no relevance to the controversy in hand because it seeks validation of the acts of ???Federal Government???, and not that of the ???Board, with the approval of the Federal Minister-in-Charge???.???
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Approved for Reporting Hon'ble Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi(Author), Hon'ble Mr. Justice Zulfiqar Ahmad Khan
Order Date: 18-JAN-21

74) 3544/2019 Const. P. M/s M.F Brothers & Ors (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi

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A Divisional Bench of this Court comprising of Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi and Mr. Justice Zulfiqar Ahmed Khan has pronounced the judgment on 18th January 2021 in the case of Al-Razzaq Fibres Pvt. Ltd. and others v. The Federation of Pakistan and another (alongwith other connected Petitions), whereby, the petitioners have challenged the vires of the amendment in in subsection (2)(b) of Section 3 and Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990 through Finance Act, 2017, to the extent of substituting the words ???Board with the approval of Federal Minister Incharge??? as well as SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017, particularly adding of a new condition XIV to SRO 1125(I)/2011 for being ultra vires to the Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan, 1973. Divisional Bench of this Court has been pleased to allow the aforesaid Petitions in the following terms: - ???11. Accordingly, for the above reasons, instant petitions are allowed in the following terms:- (i) Amendment in Section 3(2)(b) read with Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990, through Finance Act, 2017, to the extent of substituting the words ??? Board with the approval of Federal Minister Incharge???, is ultravires to Constitution, and contrary to law, hence of no legal effect. (ii) SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017 issued in terms of and in purported exercise of powers conferred by, the amendment in Section 3(2)(b) and Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990, particularly adding of a new condition XIV to SRO 1125(1)/2011, is declared to be ultra vires the Constitution, and is of no legal effect. (iii) The respondents are restrained from demanding any duty in terms of SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017 from the petitioners. (iv) Provisions of Section 74A, suffice to say, have no relevance to the controversy in hand because it seeks validation of the acts of ???Federal Government???, and not that of the ???Board, with the approval of the Federal Minister-in-Charge???.???
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Approved for Reporting Hon'ble Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi(Author), Hon'ble Mr. Justice Zulfiqar Ahmad Khan
Order Date: 18-JAN-21

75) 3588/2019 Const. P. M/s Gulf Enterprises (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi

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A Divisional Bench of this Court comprising of Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi and Mr. Justice Zulfiqar Ahmed Khan has pronounced the judgment on 18th January 2021 in the case of Al-Razzaq Fibres Pvt. Ltd. and others v. The Federation of Pakistan and another (alongwith other connected Petitions), whereby, the petitioners have challenged the vires of the amendment in in subsection (2)(b) of Section 3 and Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990 through Finance Act, 2017, to the extent of substituting the words ???Board with the approval of Federal Minister Incharge??? as well as SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017, particularly adding of a new condition XIV to SRO 1125(I)/2011 for being ultra vires to the Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan, 1973. Divisional Bench of this Court has been pleased to allow the aforesaid Petitions in the following terms: - ???11. Accordingly, for the above reasons, instant petitions are allowed in the following terms:- (i) Amendment in Section 3(2)(b) read with Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990, through Finance Act, 2017, to the extent of substituting the words ??? Board with the approval of Federal Minister Incharge???, is ultravires to Constitution, and contrary to law, hence of no legal effect. (ii) SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017 issued in terms of and in purported exercise of powers conferred by, the amendment in Section 3(2)(b) and Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990, particularly adding of a new condition XIV to SRO 1125(1)/2011, is declared to be ultra vires the Constitution, and is of no legal effect. (iii) The respondents are restrained from demanding any duty in terms of SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017 from the petitioners. (iv) Provisions of Section 74A, suffice to say, have no relevance to the controversy in hand because it seeks validation of the acts of ???Federal Government???, and not that of the ???Board, with the approval of the Federal Minister-in-Charge???.???
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Approved for Reporting Hon'ble Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi(Author), Hon'ble Mr. Justice Zulfiqar Ahmad Khan
Order Date: 18-JAN-21

76) 3812/2019 Const. P. M/s Bhuri Enterprises (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi

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A Divisional Bench of this Court comprising of Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi and Mr. Justice Zulfiqar Ahmed Khan has pronounced the judgment on 18th January 2021 in the case of Al-Razzaq Fibres Pvt. Ltd. and others v. The Federation of Pakistan and another (alongwith other connected Petitions), whereby, the petitioners have challenged the vires of the amendment in in subsection (2)(b) of Section 3 and Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990 through Finance Act, 2017, to the extent of substituting the words ???Board with the approval of Federal Minister Incharge??? as well as SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017, particularly adding of a new condition XIV to SRO 1125(I)/2011 for being ultra vires to the Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan, 1973. Divisional Bench of this Court has been pleased to allow the aforesaid Petitions in the following terms: - ???11. Accordingly, for the above reasons, instant petitions are allowed in the following terms:- (i) Amendment in Section 3(2)(b) read with Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990, through Finance Act, 2017, to the extent of substituting the words ??? Board with the approval of Federal Minister Incharge???, is ultravires to Constitution, and contrary to law, hence of no legal effect. (ii) SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017 issued in terms of and in purported exercise of powers conferred by, the amendment in Section 3(2)(b) and Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990, particularly adding of a new condition XIV to SRO 1125(1)/2011, is declared to be ultra vires the Constitution, and is of no legal effect. (iii) The respondents are restrained from demanding any duty in terms of SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017 from the petitioners. (iv) Provisions of Section 74A, suffice to say, have no relevance to the controversy in hand because it seeks validation of the acts of ???Federal Government???, and not that of the ???Board, with the approval of the Federal Minister-in-Charge???.???
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Approved for Reporting Hon'ble Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi(Author), Hon'ble Mr. Justice Zulfiqar Ahmad Khan
Order Date: 18-JAN-21

77) 4216/2018 Const. P. M/s Rizwan & Co. (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi

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A Divisional Bench of this Court comprising of Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi and Mr. Justice Zulfiqar Ahmed Khan has pronounced the judgment on 18th January 2021 in the case of Al-Razzaq Fibres Pvt. Ltd. and others v. The Federation of Pakistan and another (alongwith other connected Petitions), whereby, the petitioners have challenged the vires of the amendment in in subsection (2)(b) of Section 3 and Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990 through Finance Act, 2017, to the extent of substituting the words ???Board with the approval of Federal Minister Incharge??? as well as SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017, particularly adding of a new condition XIV to SRO 1125(I)/2011 for being ultra vires to the Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan, 1973. Divisional Bench of this Court has been pleased to allow the aforesaid Petitions in the following terms: - ???11. Accordingly, for the above reasons, instant petitions are allowed in the following terms:- (i) Amendment in Section 3(2)(b) read with Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990, through Finance Act, 2017, to the extent of substituting the words ??? Board with the approval of Federal Minister Incharge???, is ultravires to Constitution, and contrary to law, hence of no legal effect. (ii) SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017 issued in terms of and in purported exercise of powers conferred by, the amendment in Section 3(2)(b) and Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990, particularly adding of a new condition XIV to SRO 1125(1)/2011, is declared to be ultra vires the Constitution, and is of no legal effect. (iii) The respondents are restrained from demanding any duty in terms of SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017 from the petitioners. (iv) Provisions of Section 74A, suffice to say, have no relevance to the controversy in hand because it seeks validation of the acts of ???Federal Government???, and not that of the ???Board, with the approval of the Federal Minister-in-Charge???.???
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Approved for Reporting Hon'ble Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi(Author), Hon'ble Mr. Justice Zulfiqar Ahmad Khan
Order Date: 18-JAN-21

78) 4492/2018 Const. P. M/s Fabtex International (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi

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A Divisional Bench of this Court comprising of Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi and Mr. Justice Zulfiqar Ahmed Khan has pronounced the judgment on 18th January 2021 in the case of Al-Razzaq Fibres Pvt. Ltd. and others v. The Federation of Pakistan and another (alongwith other connected Petitions), whereby, the petitioners have challenged the vires of the amendment in in subsection (2)(b) of Section 3 and Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990 through Finance Act, 2017, to the extent of substituting the words ???Board with the approval of Federal Minister Incharge??? as well as SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017, particularly adding of a new condition XIV to SRO 1125(I)/2011 for being ultra vires to the Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan, 1973. Divisional Bench of this Court has been pleased to allow the aforesaid Petitions in the following terms: - ???11. Accordingly, for the above reasons, instant petitions are allowed in the following terms:- (i) Amendment in Section 3(2)(b) read with Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990, through Finance Act, 2017, to the extent of substituting the words ??? Board with the approval of Federal Minister Incharge???, is ultravires to Constitution, and contrary to law, hence of no legal effect. (ii) SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017 issued in terms of and in purported exercise of powers conferred by, the amendment in Section 3(2)(b) and Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990, particularly adding of a new condition XIV to SRO 1125(1)/2011, is declared to be ultra vires the Constitution, and is of no legal effect. (iii) The respondents are restrained from demanding any duty in terms of SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017 from the petitioners. (iv) Provisions of Section 74A, suffice to say, have no relevance to the controversy in hand because it seeks validation of the acts of ???Federal Government???, and not that of the ???Board, with the approval of the Federal Minister-in-Charge???.???
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Approved for Reporting Hon'ble Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi(Author), Hon'ble Mr. Justice Zulfiqar Ahmad Khan
Order Date: 18-JAN-21

79) 4930/2018 Const. P. M/s Khurram Agencies (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi

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A Divisional Bench of this Court comprising of Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi and Mr. Justice Zulfiqar Ahmed Khan has pronounced the judgment on 18th January 2021 in the case of Al-Razzaq Fibres Pvt. Ltd. and others v. The Federation of Pakistan and another (alongwith other connected Petitions), whereby, the petitioners have challenged the vires of the amendment in in subsection (2)(b) of Section 3 and Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990 through Finance Act, 2017, to the extent of substituting the words ???Board with the approval of Federal Minister Incharge??? as well as SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017, particularly adding of a new condition XIV to SRO 1125(I)/2011 for being ultra vires to the Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan, 1973. Divisional Bench of this Court has been pleased to allow the aforesaid Petitions in the following terms: - ???11. Accordingly, for the above reasons, instant petitions are allowed in the following terms:- (i) Amendment in Section 3(2)(b) read with Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990, through Finance Act, 2017, to the extent of substituting the words ??? Board with the approval of Federal Minister Incharge???, is ultravires to Constitution, and contrary to law, hence of no legal effect. (ii) SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017 issued in terms of and in purported exercise of powers conferred by, the amendment in Section 3(2)(b) and Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990, particularly adding of a new condition XIV to SRO 1125(1)/2011, is declared to be ultra vires the Constitution, and is of no legal effect. (iii) The respondents are restrained from demanding any duty in terms of SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017 from the petitioners. (iv) Provisions of Section 74A, suffice to say, have no relevance to the controversy in hand because it seeks validation of the acts of ???Federal Government???, and not that of the ???Board, with the approval of the Federal Minister-in-Charge???.???
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Approved for Reporting Hon'ble Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi(Author), Hon'ble Mr. Justice Zulfiqar Ahmad Khan
Order Date: 18-JAN-21

80) 5139/2017 Const. P. Zia & Co. (Petitioner) V/S FBR and Ors (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi

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A Divisional Bench of this Court comprising of Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi and Mr. Justice Zulfiqar Ahmed Khan has pronounced the judgment on 18th January 2021 in the case of Al-Razzaq Fibres Pvt. Ltd. and others v. The Federation of Pakistan and another (alongwith other connected Petitions), whereby, the petitioners have challenged the vires of the amendment in in subsection (2)(b) of Section 3 and Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990 through Finance Act, 2017, to the extent of substituting the words ???Board with the approval of Federal Minister Incharge??? as well as SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017, particularly adding of a new condition XIV to SRO 1125(I)/2011 for being ultra vires to the Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan, 1973. Divisional Bench of this Court has been pleased to allow the aforesaid Petitions in the following terms: - ???11. Accordingly, for the above reasons, instant petitions are allowed in the following terms:- (i) Amendment in Section 3(2)(b) read with Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990, through Finance Act, 2017, to the extent of substituting the words ??? Board with the approval of Federal Minister Incharge???, is ultravires to Constitution, and contrary to law, hence of no legal effect. (ii) SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017 issued in terms of and in purported exercise of powers conferred by, the amendment in Section 3(2)(b) and Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990, particularly adding of a new condition XIV to SRO 1125(1)/2011, is declared to be ultra vires the Constitution, and is of no legal effect. (iii) The respondents are restrained from demanding any duty in terms of SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017 from the petitioners. (iv) Provisions of Section 74A, suffice to say, have no relevance to the controversy in hand because it seeks validation of the acts of ???Federal Government???, and not that of the ???Board, with the approval of the Federal Minister-in-Charge???.???
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Approved for Reporting Hon'ble Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi(Author), Hon'ble Mr. Justice Zulfiqar Ahmad Khan
Order Date: 18-JAN-21

81) 6544/2019 Const. P. M/s Gul Enterprises (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi

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A Divisional Bench of this Court comprising of Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi and Mr. Justice Zulfiqar Ahmed Khan has pronounced the judgment on 18th January 2021 in the case of Al-Razzaq Fibres Pvt. Ltd. and others v. The Federation of Pakistan and another (alongwith other connected Petitions), whereby, the petitioners have challenged the vires of the amendment in in subsection (2)(b) of Section 3 and Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990 through Finance Act, 2017, to the extent of substituting the words ???Board with the approval of Federal Minister Incharge??? as well as SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017, particularly adding of a new condition XIV to SRO 1125(I)/2011 for being ultra vires to the Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan, 1973. Divisional Bench of this Court has been pleased to allow the aforesaid Petitions in the following terms: - ???11. Accordingly, for the above reasons, instant petitions are allowed in the following terms:- (i) Amendment in Section 3(2)(b) read with Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990, through Finance Act, 2017, to the extent of substituting the words ??? Board with the approval of Federal Minister Incharge???, is ultravires to Constitution, and contrary to law, hence of no legal effect. (ii) SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017 issued in terms of and in purported exercise of powers conferred by, the amendment in Section 3(2)(b) and Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990, particularly adding of a new condition XIV to SRO 1125(1)/2011, is declared to be ultra vires the Constitution, and is of no legal effect. (iii) The respondents are restrained from demanding any duty in terms of SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017 from the petitioners. (iv) Provisions of Section 74A, suffice to say, have no relevance to the controversy in hand because it seeks validation of the acts of ???Federal Government???, and not that of the ???Board, with the approval of the Federal Minister-in-Charge???.???
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Approved for Reporting Hon'ble Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi(Author), Hon'ble Mr. Justice Zulfiqar Ahmad Khan
Order Date: 18-JAN-21

82) 8149/2018 Const. P. M/s Fabrica (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi

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A Divisional Bench of this Court comprising of Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi and Mr. Justice Zulfiqar Ahmed Khan has pronounced the judgment on 18th January 2021 in the case of Al-Razzaq Fibres Pvt. Ltd. and others v. The Federation of Pakistan and another (alongwith other connected Petitions), whereby, the petitioners have challenged the vires of the amendment in in subsection (2)(b) of Section 3 and Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990 through Finance Act, 2017, to the extent of substituting the words ???Board with the approval of Federal Minister Incharge??? as well as SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017, particularly adding of a new condition XIV to SRO 1125(I)/2011 for being ultra vires to the Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan, 1973. Divisional Bench of this Court has been pleased to allow the aforesaid Petitions in the following terms: - ???11. Accordingly, for the above reasons, instant petitions are allowed in the following terms:- (i) Amendment in Section 3(2)(b) read with Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990, through Finance Act, 2017, to the extent of substituting the words ??? Board with the approval of Federal Minister Incharge???, is ultravires to Constitution, and contrary to law, hence of no legal effect. (ii) SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017 issued in terms of and in purported exercise of powers conferred by, the amendment in Section 3(2)(b) and Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990, particularly adding of a new condition XIV to SRO 1125(1)/2011, is declared to be ultra vires the Constitution, and is of no legal effect. (iii) The respondents are restrained from demanding any duty in terms of SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017 from the petitioners. (iv) Provisions of Section 74A, suffice to say, have no relevance to the controversy in hand because it seeks validation of the acts of ???Federal Government???, and not that of the ???Board, with the approval of the Federal Minister-in-Charge???.???
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Approved for Reporting Hon'ble Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi(Author), Hon'ble Mr. Justice Zulfiqar Ahmad Khan
Order Date: 18-JAN-21

83) 8855/2018 Const. P. Muhammad Shakir and Ors (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi

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A Divisional Bench of this Court comprising of Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi and Mr. Justice Zulfiqar Ahmed Khan has pronounced the judgment on 18th January 2021 in the case of Al-Razzaq Fibres Pvt. Ltd. and others v. The Federation of Pakistan and another (alongwith other connected Petitions), whereby, the petitioners have challenged the vires of the amendment in in subsection (2)(b) of Section 3 and Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990 through Finance Act, 2017, to the extent of substituting the words ???Board with the approval of Federal Minister Incharge??? as well as SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017, particularly adding of a new condition XIV to SRO 1125(I)/2011 for being ultra vires to the Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan, 1973. Divisional Bench of this Court has been pleased to allow the aforesaid Petitions in the following terms: - ???11. Accordingly, for the above reasons, instant petitions are allowed in the following terms:- (i) Amendment in Section 3(2)(b) read with Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990, through Finance Act, 2017, to the extent of substituting the words ??? Board with the approval of Federal Minister Incharge???, is ultravires to Constitution, and contrary to law, hence of no legal effect. (ii) SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017 issued in terms of and in purported exercise of powers conferred by, the amendment in Section 3(2)(b) and Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990, particularly adding of a new condition XIV to SRO 1125(1)/2011, is declared to be ultra vires the Constitution, and is of no legal effect. (iii) The respondents are restrained from demanding any duty in terms of SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017 from the petitioners. (iv) Provisions of Section 74A, suffice to say, have no relevance to the controversy in hand because it seeks validation of the acts of ???Federal Government???, and not that of the ???Board, with the approval of the Federal Minister-in-Charge???.???
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Approved for Reporting Hon'ble Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi(Author), Hon'ble Mr. Justice Zulfiqar Ahmad Khan
Order Date: 18-JAN-21

84) 8856/2018 Const. P. Al Azeem Enterprises and Ors (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi

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A Divisional Bench of this Court comprising of Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi and Mr. Justice Zulfiqar Ahmed Khan has pronounced the judgment on 18th January 2021 in the case of Al-Razzaq Fibres Pvt. Ltd. and others v. The Federation of Pakistan and another (alongwith other connected Petitions), whereby, the petitioners have challenged the vires of the amendment in in subsection (2)(b) of Section 3 and Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990 through Finance Act, 2017, to the extent of substituting the words ???Board with the approval of Federal Minister Incharge??? as well as SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017, particularly adding of a new condition XIV to SRO 1125(I)/2011 for being ultra vires to the Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan, 1973. Divisional Bench of this Court has been pleased to allow the aforesaid Petitions in the following terms: - ???11. Accordingly, for the above reasons, instant petitions are allowed in the following terms:- (i) Amendment in Section 3(2)(b) read with Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990, through Finance Act, 2017, to the extent of substituting the words ??? Board with the approval of Federal Minister Incharge???, is ultravires to Constitution, and contrary to law, hence of no legal effect. (ii) SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017 issued in terms of and in purported exercise of powers conferred by, the amendment in Section 3(2)(b) and Section 4(c) of the Sales Tax Act, 1990, particularly adding of a new condition XIV to SRO 1125(1)/2011, is declared to be ultra vires the Constitution, and is of no legal effect. (iii) The respondents are restrained from demanding any duty in terms of SRO 584(I)/2017 dated 01.07.2017 from the petitioners. (iv) Provisions of Section 74A, suffice to say, have no relevance to the controversy in hand because it seeks validation of the acts of ???Federal Government???, and not that of the ???Board, with the approval of the Federal Minister-in-Charge???.???
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Matter:SALES TAX

Approved for Reporting Hon'ble Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi(Author), Hon'ble Mr. Justice Zulfiqar Ahmad Khan
Order Date: 18-JAN-21

85) 594/2019 Const. P. Ishna Saeed and Others (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:EDUCATION
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Muhammad Ali Mazhar(Author)
Order Date: 18-JAN-21


86) 355/2021 Const. P. M/s Tabish Papers Mart (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:SALES TAX
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi(Author), Hon'ble Justice Mrs. Rashida Asad
Order Date: 18-JAN-21


87) 418/2020 Cr.Bail Shahban Jhangwani And Others (Applicant) V/S The State (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Circuit at Larkana

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BAIL BEFORE ARREST
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Advocates:Mr. Shahbaz Ali Brohi(),Muhammad Noonari()
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Zulfiqar Ali Sangi(Author)
Order Date: 18-JAN-21

88) 590/2020 Cr.Bail Ahsan Chandio (Applicant) V/S The State (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Circuit at Larkana

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Post Arrest Bail
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Advocates:Muhammad Noonari(),Mr. Nisar Ahmed G. Abro()
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Zulfiqar Ali Sangi(Author)
Order Date: 18-JAN-21

89) 7562/2019 Const. P. Dhani Baksh Baloch (Petitioner) V/S N.B.P and Ors (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:SERVICE
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Adnan-ul-Karim Memon
Order Date: 18-JAN-21


90) 863/2014 Const. P. Faysal Bank Limited (Petitioner) V/S Fed. Of Pakistan and ors (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:LABOUR MATTER
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Adnan-ul-Karim Memon
Order Date: 18-JAN-21


91) 1767/2014 Const. P. HBL (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Ors (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:OLD AGE BENEFIT
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Adnan-ul-Karim Memon
Order Date: 18-JAN-21


92) 5813/2020 Const. P. Muhammad Ayoub Pawani (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:ISSUANCE OF B-FORM
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Muhammad Ali Mazhar(Author)
Order Date: 15-JAN-21


93) 3325/2015 Const. P. Rais Ahmed (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Ors (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:ISSUANCE OF NEW PASSPORT
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Muhammad Ali Mazhar(Author)
Order Date: 15-JAN-21


94) 321/2021 Const. P. UBL Money Market Fund (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:INCOME TAX
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi(Author), Hon'ble Justice Mrs. Rashida Asad
Order Date: 15-JAN-21


95) 950/2020 Cr.Bail MUHAMMAD SHAHBAZ CHAUDHRY (Applicant) V/S THE STATE (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Circuit at Hyderabad

Approved for Reporting Hon'ble Mr. Justice Irshad Ali Shah(Author)
Order Date: 15-JAN-21


96) 6156/2018 Const. P. Dr. Syed Nabeel Ahmed (Petitioner) V/S P..M & D.C & Ors (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:AGAINST LETTER
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Muhammad Ali Mazhar(Author)
Order Date: 14-JAN-21


97) 200/2021 Const. P. Shahida Hameed and Others (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:SERVICE
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Muhammad Shafi Siddiqui, Hon'ble Mr. Justice Adnan-ul-Karim Memon(Author)
Order Date: 14-JAN-21


98) 268/2021 Const. P. Shah Khan (Petitioner) V/S Federation of Pakistan (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi

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appointment of Chairman Federal Public Service Commission
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Hon'ble Mr. Justice Adnan-ul-Karim Memon
Order Date: 14-JAN-21

99) 7873/2019 Const. P. Syed Mahmood Akhtar Naqvi (Petitioner) V/S Govt. of Sindh & Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:DIRECTION
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Muhammad Ali Mazhar(Author)
Order Date: 13-JAN-21


100) 4782/2019 Const. P. Iqbal Ahmed (Petitioner) V/S NAB and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:AGAINST LETTER
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Muhammad Iqbal Kalhoro(Author), Hon'ble Mr. Justice Shamsuddin Abbasi
Order Date: 13-JAN-21


101) 3815/2019 Const. P. Maqsood Ali (Petitioner) V/S PTCL and Ors (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:PENSIONARY BENEFITS
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Muhammad Shafi Siddiqui(Author), Hon'ble Mr. Justice Adnan-ul-Karim Memon
Order Date: 13-JAN-21


102) 257/2021 Const. P. Abdullah Shah Ghazi Sugar Mills Ltd (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:INCOME TAX
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi(Author), Hon'ble Justice Mrs. Rashida Asad
Order Date: 13-JAN-21


103) 276/2021 Const. P. M/s Aalyan Traders (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:INCOME TAX
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi(Author), Hon'ble Justice Mrs. Rashida Asad
Order Date: 13-JAN-21


104) 286/2021 Const. P. Oleao Corp Pvt Ltd (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:INCOME TAX
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi(Author), Hon'ble Justice Mrs. Rashida Asad
Order Date: 13-JAN-21


105) 77/2021 Const. P. Telenor Microfinance Bank Ltd (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan & Ors (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:PROPERTY TAX
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi(Author), Hon'ble Justice Mrs. Rashida Asad
Order Date: 13-JAN-21


106) 4593/2019 Const. P. Tariq Gul (Petitioner) V/S SBP & Ors (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:BANK ACCOUNT
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Muhammad Ali Mazhar(Author)
Order Date: 12-JAN-21


107) 113/2017 Const. P. Rao Taj Muhammad (Petitioner) V/S Secretary Establishment and others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:RECOVERY
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Muhammad Ali Mazhar(Author)
Order Date: 12-JAN-21


108) 815/2019 Const. P. Ehteshasm ud Din (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:CORRECTION IN CNIC
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Muhammad Ali Mazhar(Author)
Order Date: 12-JAN-21


109) 236/2021 Const. P. M/s Overseas Transit Agency Pvt Ltd and Ors (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:QUASHMENT OF FIR/CUSTOM
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi(Author), Hon'ble Justice Mrs. Rashida Asad
Order Date: 12-JAN-21


110) 237/2021 Const. P. M/s Overseas Transit Agnency Pvt Ltd and Ors (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:QUASHMENT OF FIR/CUSTOM
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi(Author), Hon'ble Justice Mrs. Rashida Asad
Order Date: 12-JAN-21


111) 238/2021 Const. P. M/s Faran Sugar Mills (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:INCOME TAX
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi(Author), Hon'ble Justice Mrs. Rashida Asad
Order Date: 12-JAN-21


112) 239/2021 Const. P. M/s Faran Sugar Mills (Petitioner) V/S Fed.of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:INCOME TAX
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi(Author), Hon'ble Justice Mrs. Rashida Asad
Order Date: 12-JAN-21


113) 240/2021 Const. P. M/s Faran Sugar Mills (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:INCOME TAX
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi(Author), Hon'ble Justice Mrs. Rashida Asad
Order Date: 12-JAN-21


114) 259/2021 Const. P. Khana Dan (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:INCOME TAX
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi(Author), Hon'ble Justice Mrs. Rashida Asad
Order Date: 12-JAN-21


115) 3407/2020 Const. P. Zeeshan Saeed (Petitioner) V/S Tariq Ali and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:CATTLE FARM
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Muhammad Ali Mazhar(Author)
Order Date: 11-JAN-21


116) 2314/2019 Const. P. Bashir Hussain (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:CORRECTION OF DATE
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Muhammad Ali Mazhar(Author)
Order Date: 11-JAN-21


117) 4871/2019 Const. P. Muhammad Asif Raj (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:RESTORATION
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Muhammad Ali Mazhar(Author)
Order Date: 11-JAN-21


118) 5804/2019 Const. P. Munawara Begum (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:ISSUANCE OF N.I.C.
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Muhammad Ali Mazhar(Author)
Order Date: 11-JAN-21


119) 5838/2020 Const. P. Ms. Najeeba and Ors (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:AGAINST BLOCKING
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Muhammad Ali Mazhar(Author)
Order Date: 11-JAN-21


120) 205/2021 Const. P. M/s Ten Pearls (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:INCOME TAX
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi(Author), Hon'ble Justice Mrs. Rashida Asad
Order Date: 11-JAN-21


121) 206/2021 Const. P. M/s Ten Pearls (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:INCOME TAX
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi(Author), Hon'ble Justice Mrs. Rashida Asad
Order Date: 11-JAN-21


122) 207/2021 Const. P. M/s Ten Pearls (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:INCOME TAX
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi(Author), Hon'ble Justice Mrs. Rashida Asad
Order Date: 11-JAN-21


123) 208/2021 Const. P. M/s Ten Pearls (Petitioner) V/S Fed. of Pakistan and Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:INCOME TAX
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi(Author), Hon'ble Justice Mrs. Rashida Asad
Order Date: 11-JAN-21


124) 96/2020 Cr.Misc. Shah Bux Pahore (Applicant) V/S SHO P.S Naperkot & Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Circuit at Larkana

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22 A-B
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Advocates:Haji Ahsan Ahmed Memon(),Muhammad Noonari()
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Zulfiqar Ali Sangi(Author)
Order Date: 11-JAN-21

125) 485/2020 Cr.Bail Abdul Manan Kamboh (Applicant) V/S The State (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Circuit at Larkana

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Post Arrest Bail
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Advocates:Habibullah Ghauri(),Muhammad Noonari()
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Zulfiqar Ali Sangi(Author)
Order Date: 11-JAN-21

126) 131/2016 Spl. Cus. Ref. A. Collector of Customs (Applicant) V/S M/s. Pir Muhammad & another (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:CUSTOM MATTER
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi(Author), Hon'ble Mr. Justice Mahmood A. Khan
Order Date: 11-JAN-21


127) 15/2021 Const. P. Azadeh Sardari (Petitioner) V/S Province of Sindh & Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:CUSTODY MATTER
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Adnan-ul-Karim Memon(Author)
Order Date: 08-JAN-21


128) 2/2021 Cr.Bail Shafiq-ur-Rehman (Applicant) V/S Directorate of Special Custom (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi

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Special Criminal Bail Application
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Hon'ble Mr. Justice Adnan-ul-Karim Memon(Author)
Order Date: 08-JAN-21

129) 7/2021 Suit Nil (Plaintiff) V/S Nil (Defendant)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Adnan-ul-Karim Memon(Author)
Order Date: 08-JAN-21


130) 23/2021 Suit GUL AHMED TEXTILE MILLS LIMITED (Plaintiff) V/S FEDERATION OF PAKISTAN & OTHERS (Defendant)
Sindh High Court, Karachi

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KCR and Pakistan Railway dispute on land matter
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Matter:SUIT FOR DECLERATION
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Adnan-ul-Karim Memon(Author)
Order Date: 08-JAN-21

131) 28/2021 Suit SHEHARYAR PARVEZ (Plaintiff) V/S SINDH IND TRADING ESTATE (GUARANTEE) LTD & ORS (Defendant)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:SUIT FOR DECLERATION
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Adnan-ul-Karim Memon(Author)
Order Date: 08-JAN-21


132) 1396/2019 Const. P. Muhammed Nadeem S/o Nizam uddin (Petitioner) V/S Muhammed Mahir and others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:RENT MATTER
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Adnan-ul-Karim Memon(Author)
Order Date: 07-JAN-21


133) 12/2021 Const. P. Muhammad Afzal Khan S/o Muhammad Hanif Khan (Petitioner) V/S Province of Sindh & Others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:RENT MATTER
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Adnan-ul-Karim Memon(Author)
Order Date: 06-JAN-21


134) 933/2020 Const. P. Progressive Educational Society Thr. Saima Khan (Petitioner) V/S Kusum Education Society and others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:RENT MATTER
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Adnan-ul-Karim Memon(Author)
Order Date: 06-JAN-21


135) 994/2020 Const. P. M/s. Guidance Schooling System Thr. M. Ashraf (Petitioner) V/S Mst. Seema Mohsin and others (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi

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Rent matter-- In view of the above, no illegality is found to have been committed by both courts below. Writ of certiorari against the order passed in rent jurisdiction can be exercised only if the order is beyond the jurisdiction or patently illegal, which is not the present case. Accordingly, the petition is dismissed in limine along with listed applications with no order as to costs.
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Matter:RENT MATTER

Approved for Reporting Hon'ble Mr. Justice Adnan-ul-Karim Memon(Author)
Order Date: 05-JAN-21

136) 573/2020 Cr.Bail Muhammad Azeem Mahar (Applicant) V/S The State (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Bench at Sukkur
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Irshad Ali Shah
Order Date: 31-DEC-20


137) 94/2020 Cr.Rev Sirajuddin Shaikh (Applicant) V/S Spl; Judge Anticorruption Provicial Sukkur An Other (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Bench at Sukkur
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Irshad Ali Shah
Order Date: 31-DEC-20


138) 52/2012 Cr.Acq.A. Muhammad Ramzan. (Appellant) V/S Jaro & Another (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:AGAINST ACQUITTAL
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Nazar Akbar, Hon'ble Mr. Justice Zulfiqar Ahmad Khan
Order Date: 30-DEC-20


139) 15/2020 Spl.Anti.Ter.A. SHAHNAWAZ S/O ABDUL RAZZAQ & ANOTHER (Appellant) V/S THE STATE (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:LIFE IMPRISONMENT
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Nazar Akbar, Hon'ble Mr. Justice Zulfiqar Ahmad Khan
Order Date: 30-DEC-20


140) 62/2008 Cr.Acq.A. The State ANF (Appellant) V/S Owais Khan Niazi (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Karachi
Matter:AGAINST THE JUDGEMENT
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Nazar Akbar, Hon'ble Mr. Justice Zulfiqar Ahmad Khan
Order Date: 30-DEC-20


141) 87/2020 Cr.Rev Muhammad Ramzan Channa (Applicant) V/S Bashir Ahmed Alias Bashoo Channa & Ors (Respondent)
Sindh High Court, Bench at Sukkur
Hon'ble Mr. Justice Irshad Ali Shah
Order Date: 29-DEC-20