PTI Challenges Peshawar High Court’s Decision on Reserved Seats in Supreme Court

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has announced its decision to challenge the Peshawar High Court’s ruling regarding the allocation of reserved seats in the Supreme Court.

Chairman of PTI, Barrister Gohar Ali Khan, stated that he had a discussion with the founder of PTI, Imran Khan, regarding the decision of the Peshawar High Court. He further mentioned that an appeal will be filed in the Supreme Court, requesting for the formation of a larger bench to expedite the hearing of the appeal.

After meeting with the leadership of PTI, Barrister Gohar Ali addressed the media outside Adiala Jail, stating that Imran Khan’s health is stable and consultations were held regarding the upcoming Senate elections.

Barrister Gohar Ali announced that the party will unveil the names of its candidates soon and will establish a committee within the KP government, including Sher Afzal Marwat, to address the grievances of those candidates who have been unfairly treated.

The Peshawar High Court’s decision to reject the requests of Sunni Ittehad Council regarding reserved seats has sparked controversy. They declared that PTI will convene a meeting on March 23rd, stating that they do not accept the government’s victory as legitimate. They argued that the results were based on Form 47 and alleged that there is an ongoing attempt to manipulate the counting process to defeat their candidates. They appealed to the judiciary to intervene and prevent such actions to avoid further unrest.

It is important to note that the Peshawar High Court has rejected the requests regarding reserved seats from the Sunni Ittehad Council. The decision has led to PTI’s decision to challenge it in the Supreme Court, reflecting the party’s commitment to upholding electoral fairness and transparency.