As the ongoing unrest in Punjab continues, the federal government has pleaded with the Supreme Court to take notice, claiming that the LHC’s judgement does not follow legal precedent.
After Parvez Elahi informed the court that he would not dissolve the Punjab Assembly once he regained control of the position, the Lahore High Court (LHC) Friday reinstated the provincial cabinet and Parvez Elahi as the chief minister.
At a news conference held on Saturday in Lahore, Ministers for the Interior, Food Security, and Railways Khawaja Saad Rafique, Tariq Bashir Cheema, and Aviation, Khawaja Saad Rafique, requested that the Supreme Court take suo motu notice of the continuing unrest in Punjab.
According to Sanaullah, if the governor wants to dissolve the provincial parliament to appease someone’s ego, he has the constitutional right to request the CM obtain a vote of confidence.
They wouldn’t allow two provincial assemblies to fall prey to [PTI Chairman] Imran Khan’s conceit, he said. He remarked, “PDM is working to make sure that all the assemblies finish their tenure.
The PML-N leader continued by saying that the PTI and PML-Q would not have retreated from the confidence vote if they had the necessary votes.
Rana claimed that although they gave up their political capital to prevent the nation from going into default, Imran Khan continues to work daily to destabilise the nation.
He continued by saying that they are preparing their candidates for general elections and have no intention of avoiding elections.
Rana noted that Parvez Elahi received the most significant relief from the LHC. He continued by saying he had heard PTI was making a Rs. 20 million offer to its alienated MPAs.
Rafique, on the other hand, expressed his disagreement with the LHC’s choice to reinstate Parvez Elahi as the CM, claiming that the choice did not adhere to legal requirements. He continued by saying that their legal team is examining whether to appeal the ruling to the supreme court.
He continued by saying that Imran wanted to make the same errors that previous parties had made before repenting of them.
He declared, “Imran wants the establishment to get involved in politics and support him in regaining power.”