First women Justic Ayesha Malik confirmed as first female appointed authority of SC 2022

ISLAMABAD: In a milestone event, Justice Ayesha Malik, judge of the Lahore High Court (LHC), Monday made vow as the main female adjudicator of the Supreme Court.

First women Justic Ayesha Malik confirmed as first female appointed authority of SC

Boss Justice Gulzar Ahmed directed the vow of office to Ayesha Malik as judge of the peak court at a function held at the SC working, while Justice Umar Ata Bandial, who has been named as the following top adjudicator of Pakistan, and other SC judges, additionally went to the service. Judges of the Supreme Court, Attorney General for Pakistan, senior legal advisors, law officials and officials of Law and Justice Commission of Pakistan went to the service.

First women Justic Ayesha Malik confirmed as first female appointed authority of SC
First women Justic Ayesha Malik confirmed as first female appointed authority of SC



Justic Malik has left a mark on the world in Pakistan’s legal framework subsequent to being confirmed as the primary female appointed authority of the Supreme Court.


On the occassion, CJP Ahmed said that nobody can assume the acknowledgment for Justice Ayesha’s arrangement as a SC judge.

“Equity Ayesha has been named based on her legitimacy,” the CJP said.


Head of the state Imran Khan, in the interim, saluted Justice Ayesha Malik on turning into the principal lady SC judge. In a tweet, the chief said, “I need to compliment Justice Ayesha Malik on turning into the primary lady judge of the Supreme Court. I want her to enjoy all that life has to offer”.


Malik was instructed at Harvard University and filled in as a high court judge in Lahore for the beyond two decades.She has been credited with moving back man centric lawful mores in her Punjab area locale. Last year she banned a profoundly obtrusive and therapeutically ruined assessment used to decide a lady’s degree of sexual experience.


The bar committees and affiliations had gone against her height to the Supreme Court for disregarding the standard of status. The Judicial Commission of Pakistan had recently supported Justice Malik for height by a greater part of five to four during a warmed meeting that had endured almost three-and-a-half hours. 


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