ISLAMABAD: The Punjab and KP assemblies’ speakers, Sibtain Khan and Mushtaq Ghani, have filed a joint constitutional petition on behalf of the Pakistan Tehrik-i-Insaf. The PTI has challenged the election commission’s decision to change the date of the election in Punjab and KP.
Joint petitioners include Assad Umar, Mian Mehmood ur Rasheed, and Abdul Rehman PTI challenges postponement of Punjab, KP elections In supreme court.
In the PTI petition, the federation, Punjab, and KPK have been made parties, as have the cabinet, ministry of law, and ministry of parliamentary affairs.
A scorn of court request has likewise been recorded in High Court against deferment of decisions in Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa territories.
In the contempt petition that was filed by G.M. Chaudhry advocate, an Islamabad resident, the prime minister, the chief ministers, Governor KP, and Chief Election Commissioner have been made parties.
Decisions are not by any means the only thing the public authority is burning through cash on. ” The petition’s title was “The government intends to escape from the elections and misinterpreted the supreme court’s March 1 order.”
The petitioner asks the court to take legal action against the government for violating the constitution. The petitioner asserts that the court directed the respondents to conduct elections in accordance with its decision.
The Punjab by-elections, which were supposed to take place on April 30, were postponed on Wednesday by the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP).
After withdrawing the March 8 notification, the ECP decided to postpone the Punjab election and announced October 8 as the new election date.