PTI Chairman and previous head Imran Khan on Tuesday hailed the Supreme Court decision to announce Deputy Speaker Dost Muhammad Mazari’s hostile decision on Punjab boss pastor’s races “unlawful”, saying the appointed authorities “stood firm and maintained the Constitution and regulation against every possible kind of dangers and misuse”.
He said the PTI would offer thanks to the Almighty and celebrate with individuals of the country who remained with them in their mission for “Haqeeqi Azadi” on Wednesday (today).
“I value our SC decided for standing firm and maintaining the Constitution and regulation, against every conceivable kind of dangers and misuse. I need to say thanks to (Pervaiz Elahi’s legal advisor) Barrister Ali Zafar and his group,” the PTI executive tweeted.”I need to thank individuals of Punjab for turning out in remarkable numbers in bye races against apparatus,” he added.
“Tomorrow night we will offer thanks to Allah and celebrate with every one individuals of Pakistan who have remained by us in our mission for Haqeeqi Azadi, turning out in huge numbers to show support.”Addressing the media in the government capital, PTI Vice Chairman Shah Mahmood Qureshi announced the zenith court’s choice as “Pakistan’s triumph”.
“This (Punjab by-surveys) was individuals’ order. Individuals of Punjab had given an unmistakable message that they had acknowledged Imran’s story earnestly. The imported government was forced upon us. We reject it,” he said.Qureshi noticed that the Punjab Assembly delegate speaker had abused the Constitution and didn’t follow the standards and requested of Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif to break up congregations.
“High Court gallantly endured the dangers of the public authority. (PM) Shehbaz Sharif shouldn’t test the country any more, disintegrate the gatherings and get ready for new decisions.”
Talking close by Qureshi, PTI Secretary General Asad Umar saw that the country had “really joined together” and was not prepared to take anybody’s “dictation”.Referring to Imran’s ouster through a statement of overall disapproval in April and his challenging the “unfamiliar impedance”, Umar said, “Pakistan’s legislative issues went in a different direction over the most recent four months. More than this is that the country remained with him (Imran).”
PTI’s Fawad Chaudhry pronounced the summit court’s decision a “triumph of a vote based system”.