PAKISTANI COURT REJECTS CHALLENGE OF BHUTTO OUSTER.Byline: Associated Press
Pakistan's Supreme Court dismissed a second petition Saturday challenging Benazir Bhutto's ouster ouster n. 1) the wrongful dispossession (putting out) of a rightful owner or tenant of real property, forcing the party pushed out of the premises to bring a lawsuit to regain possession. as prime minister, her lawyer said.
``It's really quite pathetic,'' said Aitzaz Ahsan, who said he would resubmit Verb 1. resubmit - submit (information) again to a program or automatic system
return, render - give back; "render money" the same petition Sunday, a working day in Islamic Pakistan.
The court rejected the first petition Tuesday, calling the 42-page request argumentative Controversial; subject to argument.
Pleading in which a point relied upon is not set out, but merely implied, is often labeled argumentative. Pleading that contains arguments that should be saved for trial, in addition to allegations establishing a Cause of Action or , irrelevant and scandalous.
President Farooq Leghari dismissed Bhutto's 3-year-old government Nov. 5 on a variety of charges, including corruption and economic incompetence. Bhutto's husband, Asif Ali Zardari Asif Ali Zardari (Urdu: آصف علی زرداری) (Sindhi:آصف علي زرداري) (born July 21, 1956) is the chief of the Zardari tribe and the , was arrested the same day. Zardari was at the center of many corruption scandals during Bhutto's first and second terms in office. He hasn't been charged and maintains his innocence.