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After the decision of the Supreme Court, the President may ask the Prime Minister to seek vote of confidence: senator

Senator Ali Zafar on Wednesday said President Dr. Arif Alvi could ask Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif to get vote of confidence in to the National Assembly to demonstrate that the prime minister is still in command confidence of majority legislators in Lower house of in parliament.

To question a news anchor what if after verdict on tuesday of Supreme Court, President Arif Alvi may insist on Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif show its majority in National Assembly, Zafar said it possible.

“Yes, the president can ask prime minister do it,” Zafar replied, “the only difference is of two votes [in favour of Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif]. Both of these votes from PML-Q [Pakistan Muslim League-Q]”.

The two parliamentarians Zafar mentioned are PML-Q’s Salik Hussain and Tariq Bashir Cheema. Both are federal ministers. in in current government.

While Hussain and Cheema took sides with in coalition government of Prime Minister Sharif, two others senior members of their partyPervez Elahi and Muniz Elahi decided support Sharif’s opponent former prime minister Imran Khan.

Previously on On Tuesday, the Supreme Court ruled that if a legislator crosses party queues during voting in Lower house then his or her vote will be discarded.

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