IndiaPakistan Parliament Dissolution Case is being heard Supreme Court today

Pakistan Parliament Dissolution Case is being heard Supreme Court today

The case against the dissolution of parliament is being heard in the Supreme Court of Pakistan today

Pakistan’s Chief Justice Umar Ata Bandial has said that all orders of the Prime Minister and President, including the dissolution of Parliament, will be subject to the Supreme Court’s order.

The vote of no confidence in the Imran Khan government was rejected by the Deputy Speaker as it was passed by the Opposition.

Following this, Prime Minister Imran Khan recommended to the President to dissolve the Parliament of Pakistan.

Pakistani President Arif Alvi has announced that he will accept his request and dissolve parliament.

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The Pakistani government has announced that general elections will be held within 90 days.

Opposition parties have stated they will not run in the by-elections.

Pakistan’s Chief Justice Umar Ata Bandial has said that all orders of the Prime Minister and the President, including the dissolution of Parliament, will be subject to the Supreme Court’s order as the case is being heard today.

In this context, it is noteworthy that the Supreme Court of Pakistan is set to hear arguments today regarding the no-confidence motion rejected by the Deputy Speaker of Pakistan and the dissolution of Parliament.

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