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Supreme Court’s Written Order Annulling The Rolling Of Deputy Speaker

ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court (SC) has issued a written order annulling the rolling of the Deputy Speaker.

The written order consists of 8 pages. All members will be able to vote without hindrance, the court decision will not affect the implementation of Article 63.

According to media reports, the Supreme Court has issued an eight-page written order annulling the rolling of the Deputy Speaker, stating that the April 3 rolling of the Deputy Speaker is declared unconstitutional and against the law.

The rolling of the Deputy Speaker is declared null and void. The present case is being dealt with on these issues. The dissolution of the National Assembly is also unconstitutional.

The no-confidence movement is still pending. The Prime Minister was and is bound by Article 58 after the no-confidence movement was introduced.

The National Assembly session will not be adjourned till the election of the new Prime Minister. If the no-confidence movement is successful, the Prime Minister will be elected in the same National Assembly session.

The orders of the President, the Prime Minister and the Speaker will be subject to the decision of the Supreme Court.

It may be recalled that a five-member larger bench headed by Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Umar Ata Bandial also heard for the fifth day in a row the suo motu notice on the Deputy Speaker Rolling case and petitions of various parties. And Justice Jamal Khan Mandokhel was also present in the bench.

After the hearing, the larger bench reserved its verdict. Before delivering the verdict, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court Omar Ata Bandial summoned the Chief Action Commissioner to inquire about the election and delimitation.

The Chief Justice said that he would request the Chief Election Commissioner The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court asked the Election Commissioner to state that the Election Commission has the capacity to hold elections.

The Chief Election Commissioner said that the Election Commission is ready to hold elections on time, but The delimitations are still pending.

He has written 16 letters to the Prime Minister regarding the delimitation after the census.

The Chief Justice inquired whether the whole country should be demarcated or some areas. On which the Election Commissioner said that constituencies of the whole country are to be demarcated, 6 to 7 months are required for elections.

Later, at around 8:30 am, the Supreme Court of Pakistan ruled in the case of self-notice on the rolling of the Deputy Speaker.

In the decision, a five-member larger bench has restored the National Assembly. By consensus, a detailed decision will be issued later.

The decision said that the rolling of the Deputy Speaker on April 3 was unconstitutional.

Dissolving the National Assembly was also against the law. The Supreme Court also declared unconstitutional adjournment of the National Assembly.

The no-confidence movement will remain pending, the Speaker said.

Members of the National Assembly will be able to vote on the no-confidence movement. If the no-confidence motion is successful, a new Prime Minister will be elected.

Rolling the Deputy Speaker has been declared unconstitutional and null and void. The court has also declared the dissolution of the Assembly unconstitutional.

All measures for the formation of caretaker government have been declared null and void.

All members of the National Assembly will be able to cast a vote of no-confidence on their own accord, however, the court’s decision will not affect the implementation of Article 63.

Earlier in the day, on Thursday, April 7, at the beginning of the hearing, the situation in Punjab was mentioned. Chaudhry Sarwar will take oath from Hamza Shahbaz in Bagh-e-Jinnah.

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