SPECIAL PAY AND ALLIED PERKS FOR JUDICIARY: A CONSTITUTIONAL ABERRATION ON THE TOUCHSTONE OF EQUALITY CLAUSE IN THE CONSTITUTION OF ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF PAKISTAN

Authors

  • Dr. Usman Quddus, Mr. Sultan Sheheryar

Abstract

Salaries paid to judicial staff are far more then the salaries of other same ranking
officials, which is against the equality principle as enshrined in the constitution of Pakistan,
1973. Research in hand aims to propose equal amount of salaries for all the governmental
servants serving in similar scales. This paper is an attempt to analyze the justification and
implication of the said practice of additional allowance to the judicial organ in Pakistan. The
methodology adopted is critical analysis of the issue. The limitations of the study were obtaining
similar data from other countries regarding any dissimilarities in salaries to judicial staff vis a vis
other organs of the government due to limited scale of the research and scarcity of resources.
This kind of analysis to author’s knowledge has not been undertaken before particularly in the
context of Pakistan.

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Published

2020-11-29 — Updated on 2020-11-29

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Dr. Usman Quddus, Mr. Sultan Sheheryar. (2020). SPECIAL PAY AND ALLIED PERKS FOR JUDICIARY: A CONSTITUTIONAL ABERRATION ON THE TOUCHSTONE OF EQUALITY CLAUSE IN THE CONSTITUTION OF ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF PAKISTAN. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 953 - 962. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/806