The leader of Muttahida Qaumi Movement Pakistan (MQM) and Special Assistant to the Prime Minister Sadiq Iftikhar said that they will knock on the door of the Supreme Court to explain the decision of the election.
Speaking in today’s news program “Rubro”, Sadiq Iftikhar said that the issue of election is complicated due to which a constitutional crisis has arisen, there is a constitutional problem in the decision of the Supreme Court which needs to be clarified.
Sadiq Iftikhar said that the separation of two judges from the decision shows that there will be some constitutional issues in the decision of the election, it will knock on the doors of the Supreme Court to clarify the constitutional issues.
On this occasion, the leader of People’s Party Nadeem Afzal said that political parties always want to sit in the assemblies, but PTI did terrible actions of breaking the assemblies.
He said that it is a fact that PTI had made the Chief Election Commissioner, now from what mouth they say that the Chief Election Commissioner is suspicious, but Tehreek-e-Insaf wanted to bring revolution.
Regarding the election, the leader of the People’s Party said that trillions of rupees will be spent on holding the election, there will be no political difference in our system by having a provincial election.
Speaking in the program, Tehreek-e-Insaf leader Amjad Khan Niazi said that a new political setup is necessary in Pakistan, if elections are not held, the country’s internal affairs will be confused because political stability is essential for economic stability.
Regarding the decision of the Supreme Court, Amjad Niazi said that the Supreme Court has given direction under the rule of law, but there are doubts in the middle, conducting elections is the constitutional role of the Election Commission, while the role of the Chief Election Commissioner is doubtful.