How many high courts are there in Sindh?

How many high courts are there in Sindh?

There are five high courts of Pakistan, each of four based in the capital city of one of the four provinces….High courts of Pakistan.

High court Sindh High Court
Province Sindh
Principal seat Karachi
Benches Sukkur, Hyderabad & Larkana

Who is the current judge of Sindh High Court?

Justice Ahmed Ali M. Shaikh
Mr. Justice Ahmed Ali M. Shaikh took oath as the Chief Justice of High Court of Sindh on 15th March, 2017.

How many branches are there in High Court?

Normally there is one High Court in every State but there can be only one High Court for two or more States as well (Article 231), according to the constitution. There are 25 High Courts in India. The Calcutta High Court, established in 1862, is the oldest High Court in India.

What is the composition of the high court?

Composition: In every High Court, there is a Chief Justice and many other judges whose number is defined by the President of India. Appointment of the Judges: The Chief Justice of a High Court is appointed by the President with the consultation of the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court and the Governor of the State.

How many percent Pakistan’s population lives in Sind?

Sindh is one of Pakistan’s four provinces, accounting for roughly one-quarter of the country’s population in less than 18% of its land area.

Who is the first Chief Justice of Sindh High Court?

Justice Abdul Kadir Shaikh
List of Hon’ble Chief Justices of Sindh High Court, Karachi.

S.No Name of Hon’ble Judges
1 Mr. Justice Abdul Kadir Shaikh
2 Mr. Justice Ahga Ali Hyder
3 Mr. Justice Abdul Hayee Qureshi
4 Mr. Justice Naimuddin Ahmed

How many Division are there in Sindh?

Sindh Province have 7 Divisions . Karachi is the biggest Division of Sindh by population and Hyderabad is the largest Division of Sindh by area.

What are the 5 powers of the High Court?

It enjoys many powers like:

  • Original Jurisdiction.
  • Writ Jurisdiction.
  • Appellate Jurisdiction.
  • Supervisory Jurisdiction.
  • A Court of Record.
  • Power of Judicial Review.

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