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Pak CJI says SC will issue ‘affordable order’ on disaster, Imran calls PTI meet tomorrow | World News

Written by Shivani Kumar | Edited by Sohini Goswami

The Supreme Court of Pakistan on Monday resumed listening to right into a suo moto discover over the continuing political limbo after National Assembly (NA) deputy speaker Qasim Suri dismissed a no-confidence movement in opposition to Prime Minister Imran Khan earlier and the next dissolution of the parliament, native media, together with ‘The Dawn’ reported.

According to the report, Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Umar Ata Bandial mentioned the court docket will think about the legality of the present scenario, following which it will issue a “reasonable order.”

In one other growth, Khan summoned a meeting of PTI Parliamentary Board on Tuesday. An ANI enter, citing Pakistan’s ‘The Nation’, mentioned, Khan will chair the meeting of the parliamentary board that will talk about ticket distribution for the following election.


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