LAHORE: Lashing out at Punjab Meeting Deputy Speaker Dost Mazari for rejecting PML-Q votes throughout the essential run of election for the slot of the chief minister, the get together’s senior chief and candidate for the highest workplace, Pervez Elahi accused him of violating the Structure in addition to committing the contempt of court docket.
Speaking to media outdoors the Supreme Court docket Lahore Registry, Pervez Elahi stated, “Article 6 of the Structure applies to Dost Mazari”
Pervez Elahi stated Mazari as soon as once more had known as police contained in the Punjab Meeting constructing.
“Police had been additionally known as within the meeting on April 16 session, nevertheless, this time the court docket had given directions that police is not going to enter the constructing,” he added.
Talking in regards to the Punjab deputy speaker’s ruling, the PML-Q chief stated that they’d gained the election because the parliamentary get together had nominated him for the CM Punjab ballot.
“Deputy speaker says that neither I nor my get together can vote for me,” he added. Criticising Mazari, the PML-Q chief stated, “Even traitors can’t do what he [Deputy speaker PA] has carried out and nobody has ever carried out such issues in historical past.”
The Opposition events had approached the apex court docket, difficult the controversial ruling given by Dost Mazari citing the court docket’s opinion on Article 63A.
After a dramatic day, PML-N’s candidate Hamza Shahbaz Friday retained the submit of the Punjab chief minister after a three-vote victory towards the PTI’s candidate.
Dost Mazari rejected 10 votes solid by PML-Q members in favour of Elahi “towards the get together line.”
In consequence, Hamza acquired 179 votes, whereas Elahi, who was backed by the PTI, managed to bag 176 votes.
Nevertheless, PML-Q challenged the ruling within the apex court docket by a petition filed late at evening.
Pervez Elahi’s counsel Aamir Saeed Rawn filed the petition within the SC through which Hamza Shahbaz, Deputy Speaker Dost Mazari and the chief secretary have been made events.