Babar Awan suggests dissolving National and Sindh Assemblies for holding elections together

If you want to hold elections together … Babar Awan advises the government Lahore: Dr. Babar Awan, the leader of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, has advised the government to dissolve the National and Sindh Assemblies if they want to hold elections together.

According to details, Dr. Babar Awan, the leader of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf and a legal expert, said in an interview with the media that the government holds meetings during the day and parties during the night. The Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz says that elections should be held together and we say that they should be held in accordance with the constitution.

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Dr. Babar Awan said that Imran Khan has taken a middle path, if we want to hold elections together, we should dissolve the National and Sindh Assemblies.

The PTI leader said that during the negotiations, Ali Amin’s human rights were violated and during the negotiations, an attack was carried out on the house of Pervez Elahi. If such an attack occurs on a house, Punjab’s tradition is not to cling to power.

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The legal expert said that today a large bench of the Supreme Court is sitting, from the constitution to all institutions, including the Supreme Court and the Election Commission, make their own rules. The constitution states that the Supreme Court and the Election Commission are not under anyone’s control.

They criticized the government, saying that the Supreme Court’s rules were mocked in legislation, jokes were made with flour and sugar logos, and money was eaten.

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Dr. Babar Awan said that it is the Supreme Court’s prerogative to check whether the laws made are in accordance with the constitution or with an agenda.

Abdul Rehman

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