The Supreme Court declared the rolling of the Deputy Speaker null and void.

ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court has declared null and void the rolling of Deputy Speaker and also annulled all the steps taken by the President.


The Deputy Speaker has violated the Constitution by rejecting the no confidence motion. The immediate assembly should be restored and a no-confidence vote should be held. Supreme Court


The Supreme Court declared the rolling of the Deputy Speaker null and void.


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The court has reserved judgment in the hearing of the suo motu notice on the rolling of the Deputy Speaker in the Supreme Court and the Chief Justice has said that he will announce the verdict this evening at 8:00 pm. Earlier Attorney General Khalid Javed had said that parliamentary proceedings were not a complete judicial immunity.


The deputy speaker had rejected the no-confidence motion against Imran Khan as unconstitutional, but the opposition called it unconstitutional.


The President of Pakistan dissolved the National Assembly on the recommendation of Imran Khan and asked him to continue his work as the caretaker Prime Minister.


The Supreme Court has reserved its decision on the suo motu notice taken on the rolling of the Deputy Speaker


DG ISPR Major General Babar Iftikhar has said that what happened on Sunday in the National Assembly was not with the consent of the army and has nothing to do with the army.


The meeting convened for the election of Chief Minister in the Punjab Assembly was adjourned till April 16 without voting. However, the opposition elected Hamza Shahbaz as the Chief Minister in a symbolic meeting.



The hearing of the suo motu notice case against the rolling of the Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly was completed in the Supreme Court today. The decision will be announced shortly. On this occasion, security personnel are standing outside the Supreme Court. Political activists are not allowed on the court premises.