Pakistan

Supreme Court filed another petition against Imran Khan’s long march

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Islamabad: Another constitutional petition has been filed in the Supreme Court against the long march of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman and former Prime Minister Imran Khan.

According to the details, Senator Kamran Murtaza of Jamiat Ulema Islam (F) filed another petition in the Supreme Court against Imran Khan’s long march in which the Federation, the four provinces, Imran Khan and Tehreek-e-Insaf were made parties.

In the petition filed, it was requested that the federation and the provinces should be ordered that the fundamental rights of the people should not be affected during the long march. The federation and the province should be ordered that the meeting of the long marchers should be outside the population of Islamabad.

Senator Kamran Murtaza requested the Supreme Court that the Federation and the provinces should ensure that Tehreek-e-Insaf’s dharna or rally is not held for an indefinite period.

It was argued in the petition that Tehreek-e-Insaf violated the assurance given to the Supreme Court on May 25.

The petition said that in 2014, Tehreek-e-Insaf took hostages by staging a sit-in in the red zone, in the 2014 sit-in, Tehreek-e-Insaf attacked PTV Parliament and Public Secretariat.

The position adopted in the petition is that Tehreek-e-Insaf is once again bringing a long march to Islamabad, Imran Khan is taking an oath from the youth by naming the long march as Jihad, Imran Khan wants to clash with the institutions through the long march.

It should be noted that even earlier, Senator Kamran Murtaza of Jamiat Ulema Islam (F) had filed a constitutional petition against Imran Khan’s long march in the Supreme Court, in which the Federation, the four provinces, Imran Khan and Tehreek-e-Insaf were named as parties.

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