Islamabad: Imran Khan has got a big setback from the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court of Pakistan has dismissed the decision of the Deputy Speaker, calling it unconstitutional. Local media reported that the court also set aside subsequent steps, including the dissolution of the National Assembly, and set April 9 as the date for the no-confidence vote at 10 a.m.
According to Pakistan’s Sama News, a larger bench of the Supreme Court of Pakistan declared the deputy speaker’s decision unconstitutional in a unanimous decision. The Court overruled the decision and the subsequent steps, including the dissolution of the National Assembly.
According to Geo News, the Supreme Court of Pakistan maintains that the Prime Minister was bound by the Constitution, therefore, he could not advise the President to dissolve the legislatures; No-confidence motion on Saturday (April 9) at 10 am.
flaws in the court order
Imran Khan’s minister Fawad Khan has questioned the order of the Supreme Court. According to Sama News, Law Minister Fawad Chaudhry claims that there are “flaws” in the Supreme Court’s decision. After the verdict came, he said that “we” need to start the freedom struggle again from March 23, 1940. He announced an investigation into the “foreign threat” letter.
Law Minister Fawad Chaudhry claims there’re “loopholes” in the Supreme Court judgement. After the verdict came out, he said “we” need to start the freedom struggle all over again from March 23, 1940. He announces probing the “foreign threat” letter: Pakistan’s Samaa News
— ANI (@ANI) April 7, 2022