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The Supreme Court of Pakistan will soon pronounce its verdict on the opposition’s no-confidence motion against Imran Khan. During the hearing, Chief Justice of Pakistan Umar Ata Bandiyal said that it is clear that the April 3 decision of National Assembly Deputy Speaker Qasim Khan Suri was wrong. In such a situation, the decision of the Supreme Court is likely to be against Imran Khan. In fact, Pakistan’s National Assembly Deputy Speaker Qasim Suri on Sunday rejected the no-confidence motion, citing a foreign conspiracy to overthrow the government. A few minutes later, President Arif Alvi dissolved the National Assembly on the advice of Prime Minister Imran Khan.

Decision of Deputy Speaker Section 95. violates

The Chief Justice of Pakistan said that the decision of the Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly, Qasim Suri, prima facie violated Article 95. The Supreme Court had expressed displeasure over the disappearance of the names of officials from the minutes of the meeting of the National Security Council of Pakistan. National Assembly Speaker Asad Qaiser and Deputy Speaker Qasim Suri’s advocate Naeem Bokhari presented a roundup of the meeting of the National Security Council in the Supreme Court.

The court heard the arguments of the opposition and the attorney general

During the hearing on Thursday, Chief Justice Bandiyal said that the real question is what will happen next. He said the counsel for the opposition PML-N and Pakistan’s Attorney General (AGP) Khalid Javed Khan would guide the court to proceed. “We have to look into the national interest and the court will deliver the verdict today,” the Chief Justice said.

The Supreme Court of Pakistan itself took cognizance

The Supreme Court took cognizance of the incident immediately after the incident in the National Assembly of Pakistan. A five-member bench of the Supreme Court of Pakistan began hearing the matter on Monday. A bench headed by Chief Justice Umar Ata Bandiyal comprises Justice Ijazul Ahsan, Justice Mohammad Ali Mazhar, Justice Muneeb Akhtar and Justice Jamal Khan Mandokhail.

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