PTI’s contempt petition dismissed

PTI’s contempt petition dismissed


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The Peshawar High Court disposed of the contempt of court plea against not allowing the PTI meetings.

Justice Ijaz Anwar and Justice SM Atiq Shah heard PTI’s contempt of court plea against not allowing PTI to hold rallies in the Supreme Court.

During the hearing, Chief Secretary, Advocate General and Director General Law Election Commission appeared in the court.

Justice Ejaz Anwar said that if a party holds a rally, crackdown will start against it. Is there a ban on the political activities of this party? There is neither 3 MPO nor any ban against other political parties.

The Chief Secretary told the court that he will provide equal opportunities to all, PTI’s workers’ convention has been held in Peshawar yesterday.

The Chief Secretary further said that ANP, JUIF did not follow the SOPs, so we refused.

The advocate general told the court that the impression that one party is being targeted should be dispelled.

Justice SM Atiq Shah said that if the court does not intervene, then they do not get permission, in 5 years you have to conduct one election and nothing else to do, the district officer did not report that a party was targeted. is being made.

Justice Ejaz Anwar inquired that when the election schedule will be released?

In response to this, the lawyer Election Commission told the court that they will release the schedule in the next week, the Election Commission is trying to provide a level playing field to all.

Justice SM Atiq Shah said that you are saying that we have not received any complaint.

On this, the Advocate General said that we provided security for the intra-party election.

The counsel for the petitioner PTI argued in the court that no security was provided during the intra-party election, the police had come to arrest our leaders.

Justice Ijaz Anwar said that the application is disposed of on the assurance of level playing field.

Later, the court disposed of the contempt of court case on the assurance of the Chief Secretary and the Election Commission.



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