Pak court dismisses petition challenging Kayani's extension
PRESS TRSUT OF INDIA
Islamabad: A Pakistani court today dismissed a petition challenging the government's decision to give a three-year extension to army chief Gen Ashfaq Parvez Kayani, saying it was non-maintainable.
Chief Justice Iqbal Hameed-ur-Rehman of the Islamabad High Court dismissed the petition filed by Inamur Rehman, a retired army officer.
The Chief Justice said during the hearing that according to the Army Service Act, matters related to the military cannot be taken up by the High Court.
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