PTI Chairman Imran Khan met former chief justice of Pakistan Saqib Nisar on Wednesday to discuss political matters.
Insiders said that the ex-prime minister had wanted to meet the former chief justice, therefore, Nisar came to Khan’s residence at Lahore’s Zaman Park.
Following the meeting, Nisar told a media outlet that he expressed concerns over the campaign against judiciary on social media platforms during the meeting with Khan.
“I told Imran Khan that the perception being created about the judiciary was wrong […] I told him that there are very good and competent judges present,” Nisar said.
Nisar said that the ex-premier did not discuss Punjab’s political situation with him — as the oath-taking ceremony of Chief Minister-elect Hamza Shehbaz is yet to take place despite Lahore High Court’s (LHC) orders.
However, the former chief justice said both of them discussed legal options, but he did not specify what those legal options pertained to.
Nisar was appointed as Pakistan’s top judge in 2016 and he laid down his judicial robes in 2019.