Where are NSC meeting’s minutes? CJP asks Babar Awan

Islamabad-Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Umar Ata Bandial on Wednesday asked the counsel for the PTI government, Babar Awan, about the twinkles of the recent meeting of the National Security Committee which had bandied a letter purportedly showing substantiation of a foreign conspiracy to oust the PTI- led government.

The CJP made the inquiry as a five-member bench, comprising Justice Ijazul Ahsan, Justice Mohammad Ali Mazhar, Justice Munib Akhtar, and Justice Jamal Khan Mandokhail, took up a suo moto case on the events of April 3 when National Assembly (NA) Deputy Speaker Qasim Shah Suri dismissed the no-confidence stir against the high minister and President Dr. Alvi dissolved the NA on the premier’s advice.
During the hail, Justice Bandial questioned the base on which the speaker issued the ruling. He observed that, so far, the ruling comported of allegations, not findings.” Can the speaker advertise such a ruling without presenting the data,” he asked, adding that this was the indigenous point on which the court had to make a decision.
He also asked Awan to inform the court whether the speaker could issue a ruling that wasn’t on the day’s docket by bypassing Composition 95. He told the PTI counsel to defend the ruling with” solid” substantiation.
“Where are the twinkles of the NSC meeting?” he asked Awan, also asking the PTI counsel about the base on which Suri exercised his authority.

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