Abu Saleh Muhammad Akram (1888, Calcutta - April 1968, Lahore) was the first Chief Justice of Dacca High Court and a former justice of the Federal Court of Pakistan (now the Supreme Court of Pakistan).
Bengal Boundary Commission
Federal Court of Pakistan
In 1951, Akram became a judge of the Federal Court of Pakistan. In 1954 he was in line to succeed the retiring Chief Justice, Abdul Rashid but stood aside under pressure from Governor-General Ghulam Muhammad, and Justice Muhammad Munir was appointed instead.
Council of Islamic Ideology
Akram died in Lahore in April 1968.
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