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What is martial law? Did it declare in Pakistan?


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In emergency circumstances when the army takes control of a country's judicial system, then the rules which are implemented across the country are called military law or martial law. Sometimes a martial law is put in the area after winning the war or winning any territory.

It is heard that there is some political disturbance happening in Pakistan again. The democratically elected government can be discharged. Perhaps the army is going to take over the reins of the country.

According to the news of ROZNAMA 'Express', only five to six months time period is left to complete the term of the present government, but such martial law rumors have started doing rounds and speculations is that the country's political image is very blurred.

The opposition party, on the other hand, has taken a dig at the present government that Pakistan democracy is on track and in the 70-year history of the country, military dictators have ruled the country for half the time. Apart from this, many Pakistani newspapers have written a lot on the decline value of Pakistani rupees and rising inflation.

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Martial law is a government measure that allows the imposition of military control to supplement or supersede civil authority. A formal declaration of martial law will suspend people's civil rights, including habeus corpus.

Martial law was declared in Pakistan in 1958 and remained for nearly 11 years. Today the Pakistani Army has declared military rule following a security meeting with Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi. The country's constitution stipulates that "in the event of war, the President shall impose martial law all through the state by proclamation." "The army have taken over power," a state source claimed.

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