Supreme court of Pakistan decides Zulfikar Ali Bhutto was denied fair trial.

In a groundbreaking decision, the Supreme Court of Pakistan has emphatically stated that the late Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, revered founder of the Pakistan Peoples Party, was unjustly deprived of a fair trial in the notorious murder case that shook the nation.

A unanimous ruling by a nine-member bench declared the injustice inflicted upon Bhutto, highlighting a blatant violation of both legal principles and constitutional rights. The court unequivocally remarked that the proceedings failed to meet the constitutional requirement of due process, thereby compromising the integrity of the judicial system.

The reserved verdict on the presidential reference concerning the judicial execution of PPP chairman Zulfikar Ali Bhutto was announced by the apex court on Wednesday. Notably, all concerned parties have been served notices regarding the declaration of this pivotal verdict.

Earlier in the week, the larger bench, led by Chief Justice of Pakistan Qazi Faez Isa, concluded the exhaustive judicial reference of the Zulfikar Ali Bhutto case and reserved the verdict after thorough deliberation.

Speaking to the press, Pakistan Peoples’ Party stalwart Sherry Rehman underscored the significance of the court’s decision, revealing that televised interviews were pivotal during the trial proceedings and that judicial assistants meticulously scrutinized the case.

Rehman further asserted that the evidence presented during the hearing of the presidential reference incontrovertibly exposed a conspiracy leading to the nefarious murder of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto. Expressing hope for a just outcome, she emphasized that the judicial verdict would serve as a beacon of fair justice, setting a profound example for the global community.