Nimra Azmi, Student Editor
Nimra Azmi participated in the Digitial Islamic Law Lab in Spring 2015, where her research focused on courts in Pakistan. She graduated from Harvard Law School in 2015.
Contemporary Primary Sources :: Constitutions :: 1392 / 1973
The Constitution of Pakistan was drafted in 1973 and remains the country's current constitution.
Contemporary Primary Sources :: Legislation :: 1422 / 2002
A document of national significance, the Police Order outlines the roles, duties, and structure of police in Pakistan.
Contemporary Primary Sources :: Legislation :: 21 Rabīʿ I 1277 / 6 October 1860
This is the original and current Pakistani criminal code, dating from the British Raj. It has been amended and revised over the years.
Contemporary Primary Sources :: Court Cases :: 17 Jumādā I 1432 / 19 April 2011
Supreme Court of Pakistan, Posted by Nimra Azmi, Student Editor, 01 June 2016
In State v. Abdul Khaliq et al., the Pakistani Supreme Court acquitted all but one of the men who had participated in the gang rape of Mukhtar Mai, holding that insufficient evidence existed to sustain their convictions.
Contemporary Primary Sources :: Constitutions :: 28 Ramaḍān 1392 / 4 November 1972
The Constitution of Bangladesh was promulgated in 1972.
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