PTI leader Farrukh Habib on Saturday aforesaid that PML-N had lost its political battle and was left with no chance to save its government within Punjab as Punjab Chief Minister, Hamza Shehbaz.
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He was aforesaid that while talking to the media outside the Supreme Court, no one is ready to defend the misappropriated and unconstitutional ruling of the deputy speaker.
He was concerning the high court’s order issued earlier in the day, whereby the high court suspended the Punjab Assembly deputy speaker’s ruling and restrained Hamza to exercise absolute powers and serve solely as a “trustee” chief minister till the hearing resumed in Islamabad Supreme Court on Monday.
The ruling came a day after PML-N won a dramatic success against the PTI that few had expected within the Punjab chief minister’s election, holding the throne of Punjab after extant its nearest brush with loss within the country’s political region.
Heated in the nick of time by a letter from PML-Q head Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain – guiding his MPAs to vote for PML-N’s candidate – Hamza Shehbaz was declared a victor after Punjab Assembly Deputy Speaker Dost Mazari dominated that PML-Q members’ votes weren’t counted following the party head’s letter.
Farrukh aforesaid the deputy speaker’s ruling wasn’t in line with the Supreme Court with the verdict on Article 63-A associated with the defection clause and also that solely the parliamentary head of the party has the right to issue directions to the lawmakers.
He was aforesaid that If Hamza Shehbaz is keen on carrying ‘achkan’ then he ought to participate in fashion shows. The previous state minister aforesaid the high court with associate “open heart” allowed CM Hamza to function as the ‘trustee’ chief government of the province otherwise actually “he is that the faux chief minister”.
He was conjointly aforesaid that, all eyes are on the Supreme Court. We tend to hope that Pervaiz Elahi is the chief minister of Punjab. He conjointly took a jibe at the former president Asif Ali Zardari, who compete for a key role in winning Chaudhry Shujaat’s support for PML-N, saying he’s sole “bhaari (heavy) on thieves and robbers, not on people”.
Meanwhile, former information minister and senior PTI leader Fawad Chaudhry aforesaid that the country had been reeling beneath political crisis due to an “unnecessary journey of the establishment”.
Talking to the media in Lahore, Fawad asked the powerful quarters to not “play” with Pakistan because the country was suffering due to political and economic instability.
How did Chaudhary Shujaat’s letter present in the deputy speaker’s pocket, Fawad puzzled, adding that the Mazari ought to be summoned to court for contempt? Earlier,
Before the hearing commenced, PTI leader Asad Umar aforesaid that the high court’s ruling on the matter was expected these days, after that Imran would announce a consequent arrange of action for all Pakistanis who have faith in true freedom.
He delineates the deputy speaker’s ruling as the last hiccup of a dying system within which [some] families are obligatory in Pakistan. Former minister PTI leader Shah Mahmood Qureshi,
Who was conjointly present at the event, criticized Zardari and aforesaid Shujaat’s letter had no “constitutional value” because it had not been circulated among lawmakers. “That the deputy speaker kept it in his pocket shows there is a mala fide,” he remarked.
After the SC summoned Mazari, Umar singly tweeted that the court had created the matter “very simple” currently. He aforesaid in his tweet that [The court] has summoned the deputy speaker at 2 pm.
Allow us to conjointly recognize wherever the Supreme Court aforesaid in its ruling that the party chief had the authority to administer directions concerning balloting. The Constitution is extremely clear that it’s the authority of the parliamentary party.