|2.||Amendment of Article 203-D of the Constitution.
In the Constitution, in Article 203-D,-
||after clause (1), the following new clause shall be inserted, namely:-
Where the Court takes up the examination of any law or provision of
law under clause (1) and such law or provision of law appears to it to
be repugnant to the Injunctions of Islam, the Court shall cause to be
given to the Federal Government in the case of a law with respect to a
matter in the Federal Legislative List or the Concurrent Legislative
List, or to the Provincial in the case of a law with respect to a
matter not enumerated in the either of those Lists, a notice
specifying the particular provisions that appear to it to be so
repugnant, and afford to such Government adequate opportunity to have
its point of view placed before the Court."
||in clause (2), for
the full stop at the end a colon shall be substituted and thereafter
the following proviso shall be added and shall be deemed always to
have been so added, namely:-
Provided that no such decision shall be
deemed to take effect before the expiration of the period within which
an appeal therefrom may be preferred to the Supreme Court or, where an
appeal has been so preferred, before the disposal of such appeal."