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Sardar Muhammad Aslam

Judge from Pakistan

Sardar Muhammad Aslam (Urdu: سردار محمد اسلم) is a former Justice of Lahore High Court, jurist and professional lawyer from Pakistan. He also was justice in Supreme Court of Pakistan, a former Chief Justice of Islamabad High Court. However, as result of Constitution Petition No. 09 Of 2009 and Constitution Petition No. 08 Of 2009 in the Supreme Court of Pakistan, on 31 July 2009, the court held his elevation to Supreme Court as unconstitutional, void ab initio and of no legal effect. In addition in the same decision, the institute of Islamabad High Court as held as un-constitutional and of no legal effect. Aslam has a Masters in Arts (M.A) and Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.). Aslam was appointed as Additional Judge of Lahore High Court on 3 September 2003 and confirmed as a judge in 2004. He remained on bench of Lahore High Court till 6 February 2008. He was then made the fist Chief Justice of a newly created Islamabad High Court. He took oath of that office on 7 February 2008 from President of Islamic Republic of Pakistan General Pervez Musharaf. On 7 March 2008, he was appointed to Supreme Court of President of Islamic Republic of Pakistan Asif Ali Zardari. Islamabad High Court proved  ( Wikipedia article )

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Personal facts

Date of birth
1947-03-10
Place of birth
British Raj
Nationality
Pakistan

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