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Tassadaq Hussain Jillani the Chief Justice of Pakistan retires

Tassadaq Hussain Jillani the Chief Justice of Pakistan retires

ISLAMABAD: Chief  Justice of Pakistan Justice Tassaduq Hussain Jillani retired here on Saturday at the age of 65 years after serving more than ten years as judge and Chief Justice of the apex court. 

Justice Nasir ul Mulk, the senior most judge after the Chief Justice  has already been appointed new Chief Justice of Pakistan as per seniority rule. 

According to biodata available on the official website of the Supreme Court of Pakistan, Justice Jillani was born on July 6, 1949. 

He did Masters in Political Science from Forman Christian College, Lahore and LLB from the University of Punjab, Lahore.

He completed a course in Constitutional Law from the University of London at the Institute of Advance Legal Studies. He started practice at the district courts Multan in 1974 and in 1976 he was elected as general secretary of the District Bar Association, Multan.

He was elected Member Punjab Bar Council in 1978 and appointed Assistant Advocate General Punjab in July 1979. He was enrolled Advocate of the Supreme Court in 1983 and was appointed Additional Advocate General Punjab in 1993. 

He took oath as a judge of the Lahore High Court on August 7, 1994 and was elevated as a judge of the Supreme Court of Pakistan on July 31, 2004 where he served till the imposition of the state of emergency on November 3, 2007. 

As he refused to take a fresh oath, he was made dysfunctional. He took oath again as judge of the Supreme Court in year 2008. He has participated and represented in a number of international meetings, conferences seminars and dialogues. 

After Justice Tassaduq Hussain Jillani, Justice Nasir ul Mulk, Justice Jawwad S Khawaja, Justice Anwar Zaheer Jamali, Justice Saqib Nisar, Justice Asif Saeed Khan Khosa, Justice Gulzar Ahmed and Justice Umar Ata Bandial would become the chief justices of Pakistan as per seniority rules and official record of the Supreme Court. (APP)

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