Govt forms Justice Isa-led commission to probe leaked audio calls.

The federal government has formed a three-member inquiry commission to investigate the leaked audios allegedly involving the judiciary and former chief Justices and Judge, saying the conversations had raised apprehensions over impartiality judges.

The three-member commission will be headed by Supreme Court's Justice Qazi Faez Isa while Balochistan High Court Chief Justice Naeem Akhtar Afghan and Islamabad High Court Chief Justice Aamer Farooq will be its members.

A notification issued by the government said, 'WHEREAS, recently wide circulations of controversial audios have been witnessed on the national electronic, print and social media, allegedly regarding the Judiciary and former Chief Justices/Judges, conversation raising serious apprehensions about the independence, impartiality and uprightness of the Chief Justices/Judges of the Superior Courts in the administration of justice'.

It added that such audio leaks had eroded public trust and serious concerns had been raised by the general public regarding 'independence...

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