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SC upholds ECP’s verdict, rejects PTI’s plea in search of Ayesha Gulalai’s disqualification

ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court docket on Wednesday rejected a petition filed by Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan difficult the Election Fee of Pakistan (ECP) verdict that rejected his reference in search of disqualification of Minister of Nationwide Meeting (MNA) Ayesha Gulalai.

The three-judge bench headed by Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Mian Saqib Nisar upheld the Election Fee of Pakistan (ECP) resolution. Sikandar Bashir Mohmand appeared within the apex courtroom on behalf of PTI.

On October 24, headed by Chief Election Commissioner retired Justice Sardar Muhammad Raza a five-member bench dismissed the reference in search of disqualification of the feminine lawmaker.

The bench gave a Three-2 break up verdict, rejecting the reference with two members dissenting from the bulk opinion.

“Arguments on either side completed. For detailed reasons to be recorded separately and by a majority of three to two, the reference is hereby answered in the negative,” mentioned the quick order written by Sardar Muhammad Raza.

PTI chief Imran Khan had approached the Fee in search of her disqualification for violating celebration self-discipline by not collaborating in voting for PTI’s nominated candidate Sheikh Rasheed within the election for the prime minister’s workplace.

The PTI chief acknowledged that the choice to reject his reference towards estranged celebration MNA Ayesha Gulalai was an unconstitutional transfer.

Gulalai shot to prominence after she accused the PTI chief of misogyny and sending her inappropriate textual content messages. She had additionally alleged that girls weren’t revered within the PTI and that she had give up over variations with the celebration management.

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