Imran Khan moves SC against Election Reforms Bill 2017

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chief Imran Khan has challenged the Election Reforms Bill 2017, recently passed by the National Assembly and the Senate, in the Supreme Court.

Imran, in a move to keep expelled chief Nawaz Sharif from heading the PML-N, on Monday tested the Demonstration. In the request of Imran Khan expressed that changes made in the Demonstration are opposing to the Constitution.

In the appeal to documented under Article 184/3 of the Constitution, Khan kept up that the corrections in Act are infringing upon the Constitution as a precluded official can’t turn into a gathering boss under the Political Gatherings Mandate (PPO) 2002.

The appeal to said that previous PM Nawaz Sharif hosted to leave his assignment of get-together pioneer after the Panama case decision of July 28 excluded him from Parliament.

Imran argued the court to proclaim invalid and void Article 9, 10 and 203 of Decision Changes Act.

National Get together, in the main seven day stretch of October this year, passed the Decisions Bill 2017, clearing route for previous head administrator Nawaz Sharif to recapture chairmanship of the decision Pakistan Muslim Class Nawaz.

The bill was additionally approved by President Mamnoon Hussain.


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