The Supreme Court has fixed hearings for the Practise and Procedure bill case as well as the civilian trial cases in military courts.

The Supreme Court will hear the Practise and Procedure bill case on July 21. There is an injunction on the implementation of the law by the court until an announcement is made.

An eight-member bench headed by Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Umar Ata Bandial will hear the case.


Moreover, a petition against the trials of civilians in military courts has also been fixed for hearing on July 18.

During the last hearing of the case pertaining to military courts, the CJP stressed the importance of maintaining high morale in the Army. He also said that any decline in morale could only benefit the enemy.