Coalition govt declares ‘no confidence’ in SC bench listening to election case

A gathering of the coalition authorities on Saturday expressed “no confidence” within the three-member Supreme Courtroom bench listening to the postponement of polls in Punjab, Aaj Information reported.

A supreme courtroom bench comprising Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Umar Ata Bandial, Justice Ijazul Ahsan, and Justice Muneeb Akhtar is listening to the case.

PM Shehbaz addressed the assembly by way of video hyperlink from Lahore.

The assembly expressed no confidence within the three-member bench headed by the chief justice, Justice Ijazul Ahsan, and Justice Muneeb Akhtar.

The assembly demanded that the current courtroom proceedings be terminated by accepting the four-judge majority judgment of the suo motu discover.

The coalition leaders lamented that the chief justice of the Supreme Courtroom needs to impose the choice of the minority on the choice of the bulk.

The assembly conveyed that the Parliament has made clear its opinion on Article 184(3) by laws.

The members agreed that Parliament is supreme whose opinion must be revered by all.

The federal government demanded that the Chief Justice ought to take away the notion of particular discriminatory habits in assist of PTI.