KARACHI - Former president of Malir District Bar Association (MDBA), Amanullah Khan, on Thursday moved to the Sindh High Court for seeking equivalent salaries and other benefits for the District Judiciary of Sindh as being given to the Punjab judiciary. He filed a constitutional petition through Barrister Salahuddin Ahmed and Haider Imam Rizvi by submitting that the district judiciary of Punjab has been receiving three times more salaries as compare to Sindh. Mentioning the newly introduced National Judiciary Policy (NJP), he submitted that the same salaries as well as the benefits should be provided to all the provinces. He maintained that the district judiciary of Punjab is also being provided an extraordinary allowance by the government, but the Sindh judiciary is still deprived of any such benefit by the Sindh government. He pleaded to adopt the same attitude with the District Judiciary of Sindh by considering the recently announced NJP by the chief justice of Pakistan to provide same salaries and benefits to the Sindh judiciary. SHC adjourns hearing in Aamir Khan case The hearing of an appeal filed by Aamir Khan,Chief of Mohajir Qaumi Movement (MQM Haqiqi) against conviction andsentence in double murder case was adjourned till August 06 by a division bench of High Court of Sindh (SHC) comprising Justice Mushir Alam and Justice Malik Muhammad Aqil here on Thursday. When the appeal was taken up for hearing, newly appointed Special Public Prosecutors (SPPs) Muhammad Ashraf Kazi and Barrister Faroogh A. Naseem sought adjournment. Muhammad Farooq advocate counsel for applicant/accused submitted that he has expressed the same apprehension on previous date of hearing and the bench seized with the matter had directed the junior of Ashraf Kazi to inform him to come prepared today (July 16). The bench, however, in view of request by the new SPPs adjourned the hearing till August 6 observing that no further adjournment will be allowed on next date of hearing. The appeal was against conviction of appellant to a ten year prison term on charge of killing Anum Uzair and another workers of rival Muttahedda Qaumi Movement (MQM) on a day by-elections for National Assembly seat (Landhi) held in 2003.