Wednesday, June 19, 2024

Chief Justice Deposited Expensive Gifted Pen in Toshakhana

Chief Justice Qazi Faez Isa has deposited a valuable pen named “Bab-e-Kaaba” into the Toshakhana. This pen was gifted to him by Muhammad bin Abdul Karim Issa, the Secretary of the Muslim World League.

The “Bab-e-Kaaba” pen is a symbol of goodwill and appreciation. After receiving approval from Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif, the pen was placed in the Supreme Court Museum for safekeeping.

The Toshakhana, established in 1974, serves as a repository for precious gifts given to Pakistani officials by foreign dignitaries. It stores a wide variety of valuable items, ensuring they are properly documented and preserved.

By depositing the pen in the Toshakhana, Chief Justice Qazi Faez Isa has followed protocol for handling valuable gifts. This act reflects the importance of transparency and accountability in managing such gifts. The pen’s placement in the Supreme Court Museum allows it to be appreciated by the public and serves as a reminder of the strong ties between Pakistan and the Muslim World League.

The Toshakhana plays a crucial role in maintaining records of these gifts, highlighting the significance of international relations and the exchange of goodwill tokens. The inclusion of the “Bab-e-Kaaba” pen in the Toshakhana collection underscores the cultural and diplomatic value of such items.

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