Imran Khan disqualification case in the Islamabad High Court, Chief Justice Amir Farooq said that in the Habib Akram case, the Supreme Court made the statement a part of the affidavits. Accordingly, it is unnecessary to tell the children’s details, right? If the details are wrongly submitted, what does the Election Act say?
According to the private TV channel Express News, the hearing on the petition filed for the disqualification of Imran Khan in the Islamabad High Court is ongoing. A three-member bench headed by Chief Justice Amir Farooq is conducting the hearing. Having given judgment twice on the same issue, the court said that if you have these judgments, we would like to take advantage of them.
According to the Lahore High Court judgment, the Election Commission can reject anyone, according to Chief Justice Amir Farooq. According to the judgment, the High Courts and courts can determine eligibility. The legislation makes no mention of a time limit for taking the oath.
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The Chief Judge of the High Court stated that the Ishaq Dar case had already been heard before that and that the ordinance had expired; thus, they will also consider this judgment.
According to the ruling, it was essential to provide information on dependent children by the Election Act, but it is optional to provide information about children, correct? What happens if the details need to be correctly supplied?
The Election Commission counsel indicated that if the information is erroneous, it will constitute a corrupt practice. According to the Chief Judge of the High Court, the Election Commission must take action on the incorrect information within 120 days.
It should be noted that Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan has been accused of failing to disclose his putative daughter Teriyan in the nomination papers.