PTI petition for review of SC’s Faizabad judgement yet to be filed, clarifies counsel

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PTI petition for review of SC's Faizabad judgement yet to be filed, clarifies counsel
PTI petition for review of SC's Faizabad judgement yet to be filed, clarifies counsel

ISLAMABAD: Senior advice Barrister Ali Zafar has cleared up that he still can’t seem to document any request of in the interest of the Pakistan Tehrik-I-Insaf (PTI) looking for audit of the Supreme Court’s Feb 6 judgment on the sit-in organized by Tehreek-I-Labbaik Pak­istan (TLP) at Raw­alpindi’s Faizabad region in November 2017.

“A few channels and papers have wrongly cited certain sections from some place expecting that these were a piece of the request to be recorded,” said an announcement issued by Ali Zafar.

He revealed to Dawn that the request for PTI’s secretary general Arshad Dad was under readiness and would be documented in several days.

The request being drafted in the interest of the PTI will beg the Supreme Court to cancel certain comments from the Feb 6 judgment about the 2014 sit-in arranged by the PTI and Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT).

The survey request will pressure that the suo motu procedures led by the Supreme Court related to the 2017 TLP sit-in as opposed to the PTI-PAT dissent.

The Feb 6 decision, which alluded to the PTI-PAT activity in paras 17, 22, 23, 24 and 52, passed on a feeling that the two gatherings had done an unlawful dissent for exposure, the applicant will contend.

When the Faizabad sit-in was finished, the comments about the PTI-PAT challenge were superfluous and at risk to be canceled, as per the candidate.

The request will feature that the PTI-PAT held the dharna (sit-in) for “real reasons” and it was as per the crucial privileges of the general population of Pakistan.

The audit appeal will contend that the sit-in was neither for attention nor for any ulterior thought processes since the candidate raised political requests and defended the social equality of the residents of Pakistan.

The audit appeal will express that the candidate had nothing to do with the Faizabad dharna and, thusly, the comments in the judgment under survey ought to be erased since these were made without hearing the solicitor.

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