Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan, 1973 is the supreme law of land. It is the driving force in the administration of governmental machinery. Chapter I of the constitution speaks about the fundamental rights of the citizens of Pakistan including Right to Life, Equal protection of law, indiscrimination, Right to Property and Right to Fair Trial, while Article 8 of the same treatise provides that any law, act or custom in derogation to the fundamental rights entrenched in the constitution shall be deemed to be ineffective and of no legal effect. Constitutional law is not restricted to breach of fundamental rights but there are certain legal conundrums where there exists no remedy provided in the law of the land or in some case even if solution is available, it is propitiously less adequate or not speedy at all. Such quandary can be dealt with under the umbrella of the Constitutional law to redress legal grievances. We at Durrani Law are known to provide proficient and quality constitutional legal services and so far we have successfully dealt with several legal disputes containing intricacies on the legal plain.