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Dr. Qadeer’s protocol restored

28 September, 2010

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LAHORE: Lahore High Court (LHC), ordering restoration the shunned security protocol of Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan, has issued the atomic scientist green signal to meet with his kith and kin and other siblings, our sources reported.

Earlier, Dr. Qadeer filed petition of Contempt of Court in LHC against federal government, asserting the honourable court that government failed to follow the agreement two parties had reached in connection with his security protocol.

He was practically undergoing home detention, the plea further asserted.

The petition said, according to security protocol deal, Dr. Qadeer was bound to inform government half hour prior stepping out of home in order to enjoy security protocol.

Subsequently, LHC, dictating the other party restoration of Dr. Qadeer’s shunned security protocol, has sought reply from federal government over its failure in abiding by court’s ruling.


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