Farogh Naseem reappointed as federal law minister

ISLAMABAD: Barrister Farogh Naseem has been reappointed as the Federal Minister of Law today.
It was earlier announced by the government that Farogh Naseem would take oath as a law minister in Islamabad today.
According to details, President Arif Alvi administered the oath to the minister.

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Earlier on 27th November, Naseem resigned from his designation to represent Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa’s extension case in the Supreme Court.
The move came after on Tuesday, when the Supreme Court suspended the extension of the army chief.

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The COAS was scheduled to retire on 29th November 2019 but the premier Imran Khan extended his services for another three years which today has been turned down by the supreme court. 
General Bajwa was appointed to lead the military in 2016, taking over from the massively popular General Raheel Sharif, who won the hearts of millions with his blistering fight against terrorism.
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