Ruling coalition announced to boycott the proceeding of three member SC bench

PDM chief Maulana Fazal ul Rehman announced this decision after Supreme Court decision to reject the full bench plea of PDM and PPP 

The leadership of the ruling coalition has announced to boycott the proceeding of the three member bench of Supreme Court hearing the petition against the ruling of deputy speaker Punjab Assembly in CM Punjab election. PDM chairman Maulana Fazal Ur Rehman announced the decision of ruling coalition.  PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto was also present in the press conference.

 This announcement came after the Supreme Court's decision to continue the hearing on the Punjab chief minister's election with the current three-member bench. The ruling coalition is not going to attend the SC proceeding tomorrow.

The Supreme Court of Pakistan rejected the petition seeking the formation of a full bench for hearing the case of the Punjab chief minister’s election. This will be first time that a sitting federal government has announced to boycott the proceeding of Supreme Court bench and openly expressed its reservations.  

"The coalition government wanted to give clear stance. We reject the verdict and will boycott the proceedings.  Pakistan Democratic Alliance (PDM) chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman said while addressing a press conference in Islamabad flanked by other members of the coalition.

Maulana Fazal said that the coalition thought the decision would be considered impartial without the formation of a full bench, therefore, it suggested it.

Unfortunately, he added, the court did not consider our demand and rejected it. "We will not be a part of case regarding Punjab chief minister and will boycott the bench," he said.



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