Government meeting going on in PM House after Supreme Court rejected the request of the Full Court

A meeting of the government and its coalition partners is underway at the Prime Minister’s House after the Supreme Court on Monday rejected a request to form a full court bench on petitions related to the re-election of the recently held Punjab Chief Minister – in which Its review is also included. Explanation of Article 63-A.

Senior political leaders and government figures including Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif, Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl chief Maulana Fazal Rehman, PPP President and Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari are present.

PML-N Vice President Maryam is accompanied by leaders of the Muttahida Quami Movement-Pakistan, Pakistan Muslim League-Qaid, Awami National Party, Balochistan Awami Party, Balochistan National Party and members of other government allies. Nawaz and other senior PML-N figures.

The coalition meeting resolved not to back down from its demand for a full court and also decided on its future strategy in light of the apex court’s decision.

Government leaders agreed to proceed with a joint action plan.

Full bench would have exposed ‘contradictions in SC’s own decisions’: Maryam

decision made For not counting the votes of the PML-Q in the Punjab chief ministerial election, considering them against the instructions of party chief Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain and thus giving PML-N’s Hamza Shahbaz victory over PML-Q leader Chaudhry Parvez Elahi.

During a press briefing hours before the hearing on Elahi’s plea against Mazari’s decision, members of the coalition government hit out at the judiciary and questioned its impartiality.

He also questioned the court’s decision to restrict the entry of all political leaders present during the press conference. According to an Islamabad police official, only the leaders of the responding parties were allowed to enter the court premises with the permission of the SC administration.

At the start of the press conference, PML-N Vice President Maryam Nawaz said she was advised not to speak to the media as it would affect her appeal in the Panama Papers case, which was being heard by the Islamabad High Court. Its the “final stage”.

“However, I said that the people’s representatives have to think beyond themselves and think of the people.”

Commenting on the recent court decisions, Maryam said that their impact lasts for decades and gets stronger with time.

“I can write an essay praising the judiciary but one wrong decision will ruin the whole” [argument]On the other hand, a decision based on justice may face criticism, she said.

She alleged that the petitions are being filed in the court and are not being decided or facing delay.

He said that our judicial system is such that when a petition is filed, people already know which bench will be constituted and what decision will be given.

Maryam cited several examples of the PML-N’s legal woes and claimed that party leaders were being discriminated against.

Giving the example of Hamza, he said: “Have you ever heard of a trustee chief minister?”

He said that he was not being allowed to work after Hamza was elected the Chief Minister of Punjab. “He goes from parliament to court, and back and forth. What kind of justice is this?”

The PML-N vice-president pointed out that several respected judges had been appointed to the apex court and questioned why they were not involved in the hearing of the cases.

“One or two judges, who have always been anti-PML-N and anti-government, are repeatedly included in the bench,” he said, adding that “bench-fixing is an offense just like match-fixing”.

It is to be noted that the matter on the validity of the decision of the deputy speaker of Punjab is being heard by a three-judge bench comprising Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Umar Atta Bandiyal, Justice Ijazul Ahsan and Justice Muneeb Akhtar- out of five judges. Three are included. Who? to accept That the then Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly Qasim Suri’s decision to reject a no-confidence motion against PTI chief Imran Khan in April was contrary to the Constitution, paving the way for his expulsion as prime minister.

Justices Bandiyal, Ahsan and Akhtar also played an important role in the decision of partition. Defection MPs’ votes not allowed to be counted In Punjab’s chief ministerial election, that decision set the stage for the re-election held last week.

During the press conference, Maryam also alleged that the court’s decisions were in favor of PTI even though they were making fun of the judicial system.

He questioned the state of the judicial system and questioned what direction the country was heading if judgments were given in favor of those who “abuse and threaten institutions”.

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