Saifullah Abro told in his speech People’s Party has joined hands in Sindh

In a recent episode of “Capital Talk,” hosted by Hamid Mir, leaders from various political parties discussed the issue of adherence to court orders and the ongoing political situation in Pakistan.

Senator Taj Haider, a leader of the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP), emphasized that the bureaucracy is not deliberately disobeying court orders. He argued that if the Supreme Court did not act upon its own orders, it set a precedent for others to follow suit. In essence, he suggested that the Supreme Court’s inaction on certain matters had prompted others to do the same.

On the other hand, Senator Afranullah Khan of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) contended that the Supreme Court had initiated the process of challenging constitutional violations. He pointed out that if the Supreme Court failed to enforce the constitution, it paved the way for others to follow suit. This perspective underscores the importance of maintaining the rule of law and ensuring that all institutions adhere to constitutional norms.

Senator Saifullah Abro, a representative of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), clarified that his party had no connection with the PPP. He expressed hope that the PTI and PPP would continue to work together despite their differences, as a separation between them after just one month in power would be regrettable. He also noted that the PPP government in Sindh had not lived up to its promises, resulting in economic difficulties and increasing raids on businesses. He suggested that the PPP feared losing its grip on Sindh if the elections were delayed.

Senator Taj Haider reiterated the importance of following court orders under all circumstances. He argued that there could be no compromise on this issue. He suggested that the judiciary should inquire which officials were not complying with court orders and whether there was any external pressure preventing them from doing so. Some individuals, he suggested, might be pressuring the bureaucracy not to enforce court orders.

The consistent arrests of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) members for non-compliance with court orders were noted during the discussion. It was mentioned that such arrests had become a regular feature of PTI’s election campaign. This situation highlights the importance of upholding court orders as a matter of ethical and legal correctness.

Senator Taj Haider concluded by emphasizing the necessity of holding elections within the constitutional timeframe, arguing that a 90-day timeframe for elections was feasible and a legitimate demand. He also mentioned that the PPP had made several compromises to ensure elections within the constitutional timeframe.

The discussion among political leaders highlighted the critical importance of adhering to court orders and upholding constitutional principles. The ongoing dialogue and political maneuvering are indicative of the evolving political landscape in Pakistan.