Apex Court Suo-Moto verdict


The Supreme Court has restored the National Assembly, annulling the Deputy Speaker’s ruling of dismissing the no-confidence resolution against Prime Minister Imran Khan. A five-member bench of the apex court headed by Chief Justice Umar Ata Bandial announced the verdict in Islamabad on Thursday evening in the suo-moto case regarding the Deputy Speaker’s ruling. The unanimous decision also set aside the dissolution of the National Assembly by the President on Prime Minister’s advice. Declaring Deputy Speaker’s ruling unconstitutional, the apex court ordered for the session of the National Assembly to reconvene on Saturday morning. It said that the session cannot be adjourned till the conclusion of the no-trust motion against the Prime Minister. Supreme Court is the custodian of the constitution and has to analyze each and every article in the light of the constitution before passing any verdict. The verdict against the suo moto notice taken by the apex court is in the best interest of the country. Pakistan’s highest court is looking to rule on the constitutional validity of the controversial parliamentary ruling that canceled a no-confidence vote against Prime Minister Imran Khan and the PM awaits the verdict of the Supreme Court that will decide the fate of the country. Any delay in the court’s ruling could lead to more economic instability in Pakistan. As the case is in court, we must not rely on speculation. We have to wait and see the verdict of the court. Everything is crystal clear and written in the constitution of Pakistan and hopefully, the apex court will better take care of it as far as the narration is concerned. Keeping in view the prevailing political situation in the country, everyone is eyeing the verdict of the Supreme Court. Moreover, it is the responsibility of all the political parties to work for democracy as the democratic system must be strengthened in the country. It is a good omen that the military leadership is also supporting the strong democratic system in the country.

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