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Shireen Mazari called the Supreme Court’s decision “judicial coup”

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Sajjad Ahmed
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She called the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn the deputy speaker’s judgement and dissolve the legislature a judicial coup on Friday, according to Federal Human Rights Minister Shireen Mazari.

“A judicial coup happened last night down to ordering how & even at what time NA session must be held, ending parliamentary supremacy! Sadly the issue of US attempt at regime change – the elephant in the room – which led to Deputy Speaker ruling was totally ignored. But this is not the end.

“The long shadows hanging over this judicial decision think the game has been won but frankly it has just started. The people know who sold their souls to the US & to lure of money & in the end it will go to people’s court, despite the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP)’s inexplicable reluctance!,” Shireen Mazari tweeted.

The Supreme Court ruled on April 7 that the deputy speaker’s order was in contradiction with the constitution and reinstated the National Assembly, which was previously dissolved.

All of Imran Khan’s and President Arif Alvi’s actions were declared invalid by the court, which ruled that the speaker of the National Assembly could not postpone the session without first voting on a resolution of no confidence.

After a no-confidence motion was filed in court, the legislature was instructed to meet on Saturday, April 9, to vote. Keeping the voting process free of obstacles was also mandated by the law.

Senator Faisal Javed Khan of Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf (PTI) remarked on Friday that the opposition seemed to believe it had triumphed after the Supreme Court’s decision to dissolve the National Assembly and reject the opposition’s no-confidence vote.

In the end, “they” lost. Sweets are wasted once again. My statements are true. Insha’Allah, only time shall tell. Faisal Javed tweeted, “The people have spoken.

According to him, Prime Minister Imran Khan was well-versed in dealing with difficulties. According to the Kaptaan, the Prime Minister will unveil something of great significance on Friday night (today).

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