Supreme Court Strikes down the minimum Age Limit of 50 Years for Appointment in Tribunals

On Wednesday, the Apex Court ruled by a 2:1 majority that the minimum age of fifty years as prescribed under Tribunal Reforms Ordinance 2021 for appointment as members in various tribunals was discriminatory and arbitrary. As per the Supreme Court, independence of the judiciary can be sustained when the incumbents are assured fair and reasonable

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