Article 200 of constitution of IRP The President may transfer a Judge of a High Court from one High Court to another High Court, but no Judge shall be so transferred except with his consent and after consultation by the President with the Chief Justice of Pakistan and the Chief Justice of both High Courts 1[:] Provided that such consent, or consultation with the Chief Justices of the High Courts, shall not be necessary if such transfer is for a period not exceeding two years at a time.
Clause (4) of the Article says, “A Judge of a High Court who does not accept transfer to another High Court under clause (1) shall be deemed to have retired from his office and, on such retirement, shall be entitled to receive a pension calculated on the basis of the length of his service as Judge and total service, if any, in the service of Pakistan”. This clause 4 has been repealed in 20th amendment.
Article 175A in the Constitution which deals with appointment of judges to the Supreme Court, High Court and the Federal Shariat Court. He said the insertion of Article 175A in the Constitution says that there shall be a judicial commission for the appointment of judges to the Supreme Court, High Court and the Federal Shariat Court.
general Musharraf in 2003 also ensured the sacredness of Apex court by an ordinance which became the part of constitution which enabled the court to take action using its actual jurisdiction against the person or the institution thereto, that offended it and convict the same...