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Imran Khan Files review petition in SC

ISLAMABAD: Pakistani Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan filed review petition in Supreme Court of Pakistan against a decision on ruling of Speaker of the National Assembly on in vote of no-confidence, reported by ARY NEWS.

Former Prime Minister Khan in his review the petition claimed that Article 248 of The constitution forbids any other institution from interfering in in affairs of parliament.

The vice speaker’s decision was in conformity with Article 5 when he rejected vote of no-confidence against in prime minister- he said.

Imran Khan in his statement said that son after the ruling, he sent advice for dissolution of National Assembly. It stated that the highest court decision no one had record of the council did not declare it unconstitutional.

“Article 248 does not hold the applicant liable. for exercise of any constitutional authority before any court”, former the prime minister said in his plea.

It is pertinent to mention here that five judges larger than the bench, led by Chief Justice Umar Ata Bandial, issued a unanimous decision in which events of April 3, including the resolution of the NA Vice Speaker and the subsequent dissolution of assembly contrary to the constitution and of illegal effect.

Read more: FULL TEXT OF THE SC DECISION ON THE CASE OF THE NA DEPUTY SPEAKER

The Supreme Court ordered the Speaker of the National Assembly (NA) to convene session of Lower house of parliament on April 9, Saturday, voting on petition for no confidence.

The decision of the Constitutional Court will not affect the effectiveness of Article 63 (A), since the higher court ordered government stop none legislator from participating in in vote of in no-confidence motion.

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