Senate chairman election: Gilani recordsdata intra-court enchantment towards IHC’s determination

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File photograph of former prime minister Yousaf Raza Gillani

Former prime minister Yousaf Raza Gillani has filed an intra-court enchantment within the Islamabad High Court (IHC) towards the court docket’s determination concerning the Senate chairman election on Thursday.

The PPP chief, who can be the present Opposition chief in Senate, has sought annulment of the one bench judgment within the intra-court enchantment.

Gilani requested the court docket to quash the presiding officer’s determination to reject seven votes, demanding fast suspension of the presiding officer’s determination concerning the Senate election.

An intra-court enchantment was filed by Gillani via his lawyer Farooq H Naik, Javed Iqbal Venus, and Barrister Umar Sheikh.

Earlier, IHC Chief Justice Athar Minallah had rejected Gillani’s plea, difficult Sadiq Sanjrani’s victory because the Senate chairman.

Speaking concerning the Senate chairman’s election outcomes, PPP Chairperson Bilawal Bhutto Zardari had mentioned the PPP would train its reputable proper to go to an elevated discussion board to hunt justice underneath the precept {that a} presiding officer of a polling station has no proper to engineer the polling course of and outcomes.

“The PDM candidate Senator Yousaf Raza Gillani had challenged the decision of a presiding officer of the polling station in the Senate Hall. This presiding officer had rejected seven votes identifying them as the ones obtained by Gillani,” he had mentioned in an announcement.

On March 12, The PTI authorities’s candidate for the Senate chairman election, Sadiq Sanjrani, had defeated Yousaf Raza Gillani of the Opposition coalition of the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM), marking a big victory for the ruling social gathering.

Sanjrani had acquired 48 votes, whereas Gillani bagged 42. Eight of the 98 votes in complete had been rejected, together with one which had a stamp on each names.

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