Thursday, August 18, 2022

Speaker rolling self notice case; The dissolution of the Assembly affected the basic constitutional rights of the opposition and the people, the Supreme Court said

The Supreme Court of Pakistan has issued a detailed judgment in the Speaker Rolling Self Notice case, written by Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Umar Ata Bandial.

In a meeting held at the residence of the Chief Justice of Pakistan, 12 judges recommended a suo motu notice and then the Supreme Court took suo motu notice on speaker roping to uphold the Constitution and protect it.

The decision said that due to the unconstitutional move of the Deputy Speaker, the Supreme Court was mobilized. Due to the rolling of the Deputy Speaker, on the recommendation of the Prime Minister, the President dissolved the Assembly which affected the basic constitutional rights of the opposition and the people.

In a written decision, Justice Omar Ata Bandial wrote that the cipher was not shown to the court during the proceedings of the suo motu notice, however, the parties gave arguments in this regard and informed the court of the basic points (components).

The Supreme Court’s decision states that the National Security Council’s statement regarding the cipher did not call for an investigation into the cipher to investigate external interference. do not have.

Distinguished judges of the Supreme Court Justice Mazar Alam Mian Khel and Justice Jamal Khan Mandokhel wrote additional notes.

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