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Imran Khan Govt Files Review Petition Against Sc Verdict On No-trust Motion


LAHORE :

The ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) on Saturday filed a assessment petition towards the Supreme Courtroom’s verdict setting apart the Nationwide Meeting Deputy Speaker’s rejection of the no-trust movement towards Imran Khan, reported native media.

The petition, filed towards the April 7, 2022 verdict by the apex court docket, seeks a assessment of the ruling given by the five-member bench headed by Chief Justice Umar Ata Bandial, ARY Information reported.

Based on the sources, the event got here after Imran Khan finalized his consultations with authorized consultants over the matter.

The federal government will plead for suspension of the decision and for the Nationwide Meeting to be allowed to operate in accordance with the foundations, reported the media outlet citing the sources.

Notably, within the wake of the apex court docket’s determination, Imran Khan chaired a gathering of senior social gathering leaders and authorized consultants forward of a Nationwide Meeting session for the vote on the no-confidence movement. He additionally had a telephonic dialog with Nationwide Meeting Speaker Asad Qaiser to debate the technique for the voting on the no-trust movement.

In the meantime, the Nationwide Meeting secretariat has made it clear to the speaker that violating the apex court docket’s determination to carry voting on the no-trust transfer will result in contempt of court docket proceedings.

The secretariat officers have conveyed that implementation of the Supreme Courtroom’s determination is unavoidable, reported the media outlet citing the sources.

“We now have conveyed to the speaker that there isn’t a approach besides voting on the no-trust transfer at this time. If there will likely be no voting then it is going to be tantamount to contempt of court docket,” the media outlet quoted the officers as saying.

The Supreme Courtroom had on Thursday ordered the incumbent authorities to face the no-confidence movement on Saturday. The court docket had turned down the ruling of the Deputy Speaker to reject the no-confidence movement.

The highest court docket’s directives got here after Chief Justice Umar Ata Bandial took suo motu cognisance of Deputy Speaker Qasim Suri’s ruling and the next dissolution of the Nationwide Meeting, declaring all the selections unconstitutional.

The court docket additionally mounted the Saturday session with the situations that the session can’t be prorogued except the movement is voted upon, and in case Imran Khan loses the no-trust vote, the subsequent PM needs to be elected in the identical session.

This story has been revealed from a wire company feed with out modifications to the textual content.

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