PTI Chief Imran Khan can contest in Elections: CJ IHC

PTI Chief Imran Khan

There is no restriction on PTI Chief Imran Khan to contest in Elections. Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Monday. 

Imran Khan can contest in Elections, Islamabad High Court said on Monday, while hearing the petition to suspend the electoral authority’s order to de-seat the PTI chief under Article 63 1(p), and the court rejected it.

During the hearing, the CJ Athar Minallah IHC said, “The disqualification is only to the extent to which he was elected earlier, not to the other constituencies, it is only to the extent of that one seat,”

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Barrister Ali Zafar, who appeared on behalf of the PTI chief in front of the court, said that they have objections related to biometric and certified copies. “We have not been given the certified copies of the decision.”

He contended that they have only got two pages of the order.

The court made it clear that an injunction cannot be issued before the certified decision of the Election Commission of Pakistan.

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