Pakistan

SC nullifies deputy speaker’s ruling and restores NA, orders voting on no-trust on April 9

Islamabad – The Supreme Court of Pakistan on Thursday nullifies the ruling of National Assembly Deputy Speaker Qasim Suri on the voting of the no- confidence and restores the National Assembly.

The court ordered Speaker Asad Qaisar to summon the session and hold voting on the no- confidence on April 9 under the Composition 95. It ruled that the new high minister should be tagged incontinently if the no- confidence stir succeeds.”The government can not stop any member from casting the vote. The voting on the no- confidence stir should be held on April 9,”the court ruled, adding that the high minister wasn’t able of dissolving the assembly.
The court ruled that all way taken after the deputy speaker ruling were illegal. A five- member larger bench headed by Chief Justice of Pakistan Umar Ata Bandial, and comprising of Justice Ejazul Ahsan, Justice Muhammad Ali Mazhar, Justice Muneeb Akhtar and Justice Jamal Khan Mandokhel, heard the case.
After the verdict, the opposition workers chanted taglines of’ Go Niazi, go Niazi’.
Before, the court had reserved the judgment on the suo motu of the situation arising after the ruling of
During the hail, Chief Justice of Pakistan Umar Atta Bandial remarked that supposedly the Composition 95 was violated the ruling of stir seems to be wrong. He observed that it’ll have to be observed what will be coming and the court will advertise the verdict.
Justice Ejazul Hassan observed that the high minister had dissolved the assembly, taking the benefit of the situation.” Hadn’t the assembly dissolved, the House could abate the ruling of the deputy speaker,”he remarked.
Imtiaz Siddiqui, counsel for PM Imran Khan, contended the deputy speaker had reckoned on the National Security Committee.”The House proceedings are beyond the power of the bar. The court should order the congress to clean its smut,”he added.
During the hail, meeting twinkles of Parliamentary Committee for National Security were presented in court. The commission was briefed that consequences won’t be good if the no- confidence stir succeeds.
Attorney General Khalid Javed Khan contended that all the proceedings, including the no- confidence stir, are carried out as per law.”The court should decide to which extent the administrative proceedings can be reviewed,”he added.
He added that if the court could intermediate if the speaker declares a lose the winner.”I’m not defending the ruling and my concern is the new choices,”he added.
CJP Umar Atta Bandial remarked that the court wants to hear to the attorney general about the real issue of the dissolution of the assembly.
Ali Zafar, counsel for President Arif Alvi, contended that the constitution can only be defended as per constitution.”The congress can not intrude in the matters of the bar and the bar can not intrude in the matters of the congress,”he stated.

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