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The Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa election delay issue was decided by the Supreme Court.

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According to the facts, Chief Justice Umar Atta Bandial rendered the decision about the delay of elections in Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

According to the facts, Chief Justice Umar Atta Bandial rendered the decision about the delay of elections in Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

The Supreme Court cancelled the Election Commission’s decision on 22 March because the Election Commision has less authority to make this decision and is not authorized to make the decision according to the law.

The Electoral Commission’s unlawful judgment resulted in 13 days being wasted, according to the Supreme Court, which reinstated the election timetable with a few minor revisions and ruled that the election program needed to be changed.

Punjab elections are scheduled for May 14 as a result of the Supreme Court’s ruling.

Supreme Court has ordered the elections will take place on 14th of May in Punjab and the papers of nominations must be filled on 10th of April. The final list will be public on 19th of april. and the symbols of elections will be made public on April 20.

Supreme Court ordered the Election Commission to make a report on receipt of money and send the funds, if not than the Court will issue the proper decision according to the law. The Supreme Court ordered the government to deliver funds and release 21 billion by April 10.

According to the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Election supreme court said that the lawer of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Governer has dismissed fro mthe case and a different application should be submitted for the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa for the Court to give an accurate order.

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa election should be referred again.

The Supreme Court directed that the caretaker Punjab government, Chief Secretary, and IG should support security and the provincial government should also cooperate with the Election Commission while the federal government should fulfill its constitutional responsibility and the Election Commission should provide full cooperation and facilitation.

Election postponement case decision reserved

Yesterday, a three-member bench headed by the Chief Justice reserved the case of postponing the elections on PTI’s pleas.

The Chief Justice had remarked that the government did not provide any material on which the elections could be postponed, while the obstacles were not informed and there was no response to the option of political negotiations.

Justice Umar Atta Bandial said that people say that they are above the law, but people want decisions to be made by arbitrary judges.

Details of hearings of election postponement case

A nine member bench was created including Chief Justice which than decreased to five and from five to three member bench for hearing the matter of Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa elections

Justice Ijaz-ul-Ahsan, Justice Mazahir Ali Naqvi, Justice Yahya Afridi, and Justice Athar Manullah are among those who refused the hearing.

At the end of the hearing on 27 March the court has send notices to the Federal government of Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and also to the Election Commission.

In the second hearing held in the Supreme Court on March 28, Chief Justice Umar Atta Bandyal remarked that they do not want to prolong the proceedings, the simple question of whether the Election Commission has the authority to move the date forward or not.

Justice Jamal Mandukhel had remarked that ‘who can take the elections forward, the constitution is silent here, shouldn’t the parliament amend the constitution?’ While Justice Muneeb Akhtar said that “it would be best if the Parliament amends it, the question is what will happen to the elections that are to be held until the amendment is made”.

During the hearing, the issue of the non-availability of funds for conducting

the elections were discussed, on which Chief Justice Umar Atta Bandial remarked that ‘If the salaries of other people, including me, are cut to conduct the elections, then the important task like the elections has been completed. can go.

In the third hearing held in the Supreme Court on March 29, Justice Jamal Mandukhel remarked that 4 judges rejected the petitions of PTI, according to our calculations, the decision is a court of four justices, and the Chief Justice has not yet made a ruling. When there was no order from the court, how did the President give the date What process did the Electoral Commission use to publish the schedule?

In the fourth hearing held on March 30, Justice Aminuddin, while in the fifth hearing held on March 31, another judge of the bench, Justice Jamal Khan Mandukhel, also excused himself from hearing the case, after which Justice Umar Atta Bandial headed by Chief Justice. A three-member bench consisting of Ejaz-ul-Ahsan and Justice Muneeb Akhtar decided to proceed with the case.

In the last hearing on April 3, the Attorney General demanded that the decision of March 1 is in the ratio of four to three and that a full court bench should be formed, on which the Chief Justice said that the full court will be seen later, but did not reject the request.

Federal government is responsible for creating the solution of problem, there is no political discussion in the nation, According to the Chief Justice. However, if the federal government guarantees that elections will be held, then maybe something might be considered.

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