If you meant that Allah shall provide justice, then you are correct and i welcome your comment, as Allah is the supreme judge, but until the commencement of the day of judgement; we humans will have to continue to provide Allah's judgements and justice should be provided according to the wish of Allah SWT.
Now i know that our entire judiciary system is based upon the english law... I am against it ofcorse... But the anti-Islamic rules shall be replaced by the ones of Islamic Shariat... or upon the wishes of Allah... Is this what you meant by the above; implying that i should stop following the country's law?
This is what you have to understand brother man... You can never win an argument based on the punch line of Justice, at least as far as our politicians are concerned. First of all, it is next to impossible to find justice for our political misgivings. Things are just terribly terribly twisted. Besides Justice is such a strong word, that it has been advised by buzurgs not to include Justice in our prayers --- just an FYI. This is one of the reasons I never believed that Imran Khan's PTI would ever get any where.
You have to think for your self here, and think logically and not emotionally. No one in Pakistan can claim to provide justice - if there is one, then he is as stupid as they come.
As far as introduction of Sharia Law is concerned, I am all for it, but I also know that this cannot happen overnight and would require years of work before getting implemented for all practical reasons.