Published On: Thu, Feb 22nd, 2018

Pakistan Top Court Rules Remove Nawaz Sharif From Party Head Position

On Wednesday, Supreme Court of Pakistan has deprived former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif from his position as head of the Muslim League (N), political party in the country, while latest warning for the annoyed politician since his dismissal from office previous year.


On the other hand, The governing Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz remained successful to attain orders from the court to carry on his political party’s leading in spite of a disputed court ruling previous July that kicked Nawaz out from his position as Prime Minister of the nation.

That time, a number of opposition political parties didn’t accept the court law and challenged it, though a three-member Supreme Court panel headed by Chief Chief Justice Mian Saqib Nisar on 21 February.

anyone who became disqualified from by having public office, haven’t right to lead a political party.

Justice Mian Saqib, mentioned in its ruling, all orders have passed as well as all steps taken, documents issued and directions provided by the former prime minister of the Pakistan after his barring in July 2017.

He also announced in his statement that Mr. Sharif has right to ask the panel for a round-up of the verdict, while that appears not likely.

Supreme Court of Pakistan’s ruling demonstrates that upcoming Senate election is scheduled to be occurring on March 3, a number of chances are to be delayed.

The party known as the Pakistan Muslim League (N), has to team up now to look for its new head while actual power may maintain but without existence of Mr. Sharif who is anticipated to carry out crucial verdict yet.

Mr. Chaudhry said in a statement by addressing to media, it considers insult to the Constitution to appoint a person who has been ineligible by the court for corruption and deceit.

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