The amendments to the bill will empower the president, upon the advice of the Prime Minister, to properly specify the tenure, terms and conditions of the service of the Chief of Army Staff (COAS) and the Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee (CJCSC). This includes the grant of extensions and re-appointment. Moreover, the amendments will ensure that future extensions won’t be challenged in any court whatsoever.
The water-tight bill categorically states: “Notwithstanding anything contained in this Act or any other law, or any order or judgment of any Court, the appointment, reappointment or extension of the Chief of the Army Staff, or the exercise of discretion by the appointing authority in this regard, shall not be called into question before any Court on any ground whatsoever.”
Similar wording has been used for if the civilian leadership decides to give an extension to the CJCSC.
The Pakistan Army (Amendment) Act 2020 was tabled after a go-ahead for the legislation from the major opposition parties – Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) and the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP).
Many political experts, who have not explicitly expressed their opinions about the bill, believe that the bill is expected to sail through the two houses of parliament.
Keep up to date with more news at ProperGaanda: Indian journalist questions whether Indian PM Modi is obsessed with Pakistan
the importance of human beings is something we care about and especially for young people today they can affect those who are in the world so we should value every child
maybe many young people today are going to the wrong way of life so we should give them an attion because we just let them get them out of their way so we want to be united for the youth to talk to my site
I invite you to visit my site and learn new knowledge for the benefit of our country so what are you waiting for and learn more
I would like many to prove to my family that if they stand on both feet without asking for their sleep and being knocked down by the way if they are right