Former caretaker head of state Justice (retd) Mir Hazar Khan Khoso passed away in Quetta after a long term ailment on Saturday. He was 95.
His child, Amjad Hussain, informed Dawn.com that the retired judge passed away of a heart attack.
Khoso’s funeral service will certainly be held in his native town in the Lehri tehsil of Balochistan’s Bolan area.
His body was offered pre-burial bathroom at Authorities Line Mosque in Quetta, complying with which it was transported to Lehri, where Khoso will certainly be put to rest in his genealogical graveyard.
Khoso was born upon September 30, 1929, in the Jaffarabad district of Balochistan as well as graduated from the University of Sindh in 1954. He graduated in legislation in 1956 from the College of Karachi.
The previous caretaker prime minister signed up with the legal profession in 1957 and also signed up as an advocate of the High Court of West Pakistan’s Karachi Bench in 1959, as well as an advocate of the Supreme Court in 1980.
He was designated as a long-term court of the Balochistan High Court on March 31, 1987, and also as the chief justice of the Balochistan High Court on December 13, 1989.
Khoso additionally functioned as the acting governor of Balochistan from June 25, 1990, to July 12, 1990, and also from March 13, 1991, to July 13, 1991.
He retired as the principal justice of the Balochistan High Court on September 29, 1991.
Khoso was appointed as a court of Federal Shariat Court on October 18, 1991, as well as raised to the placement of the chief justice of the Federal Shariat Court on November 17, 1992.
He was designated as the caretaker prime minister of Pakistan in 2013.
Khoso is admired as one of the very best legal minds in the country.