Opposition deputies, journalists, academics and members of civil society rejoiced, while government officials expressed their frustration after the Supreme Court on Thursday set towards the Vice Speaker’s resolution rejecting the resolution of no confidence against Prime Minister Imran Khan and subsequent dissolution of then.
Court, in its brief ruling held that the Vice Speaker’s ruling was “contrary to the Constitution and the law and of illegal effectand the same real set aside”.
PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari shared a brief message on news. “Democracy is best revenge!” he said.
PML-N President Shehbaz Sharif named the day events as “epochal”.
He said: “politics of lies, deceit and accusations were buried”, and the nation won.
Reception from government the ranks were not quite so welcoming, with Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry stated that “the unfortunate decision» exacerbate the political crisis in the country.
“Immediate elections could bring stability to the country. Unfortunately, the importance of in people been overlooked,” he tweeted.
PML-N Vice President Maryam Nawaz also congratulated the nation on “superiority of Constitution” and said that Shehbaz would become next prime minister.
“Supreme Court won hearts and minds! He not only buried the doctrine of necessity, but also Imran Khan’s poisonous story of Ghaddari (betrayal),” PPP Senator Mustafa Nawaz Khokhar said.
This was stated by PTI Senator Faisal Javed. prime minister would have continuedfight for his nation” and said public don’t panic by saying that the prime soon announce your next strategy.
Jamaat-e-Islami chief Sirajul Haq says supreme court ‘buried’ doctrine of need, and the whole nation cheered decision.
Special Assistant to the Prime Minister for political Communication Dr. Shahbaz Gill stated that the country has returned to the same situation as in 1947.
Minister of State for Information and broadcasting Farrukh Habib said that the opposition lost, and prime minister position was won.
From among the journalists of the communityindustry veteran Hamid Mir said that the constitution survived “attempted assassination” and congratulated the country.
Abbas Nasir said that the high court “redeemed” itself.
Host Mansour Ali Khan stated that the decision “convincingly punched holes” in in prime ministernarration of foreign conspiracy against to him.
From members of civil society, Lahore scholar and activist Ammar Ali Jan said: “A dirty legacy of Doctrine of Necessity is buried. We’ve gone beyond the ghosts of 1954. Long live our republic!
“The Supreme Court of Pakistan washed away the sins of this past. […] Important day for Pakistan’s imperfect and shaky democracy.” added Uzair Yunus, director of Pakistan Initiative at the Atlantic Council’s South Asia Center.