Imran Khan Niazi, the chairman of the PTI and a former prime minister, declared on Thursday that he would appeal the Lahore High Court’s (LHC) decision over the recount of the Punjab CM vote.

Imran Khan Niazi about Lahore High Court

The PTI chairman, Imran Khan Niazi, announced at a ceremony in Islamabad that PTI would appeal the LHC’s ruling to the Supreme Court the next day. The former premier claimed that what has been happening in Punjab for the past two and a half months is evident to everyone. He added that no one is bothered to pay attention to the woes of the nation’s largest state.


He emphasized that nobody believes the Pakistan Election Commission (ECP). The announcement of new elections is the only way to proceed.


According to Imran Khan Niazi, preparations to rig the Punjab by-election are being made.

Lahore High Court’s (LHC) decision

In a significant decision, the Lahore High Court (LHC) on Thursday ordered a recount of the votes in the election of Hamza Shahbaz as Punjab’s chief minister.

Hamza Shahbaz, the current chief minister and a member of the PML-N, was the target of petitions allowed by a bigger five-person high court bench led by Justice Sadaqat Ali Khan.

The petitions contesting Hamza’s election on April 16 have been resolved by the bench 4-1. The majority judgment was disagreed with by Justice Sajid Mehmood Sethi.


On Monday, Imran Khan Niazi, the leader of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and a former prime minister, announced that he would organize a demonstration on July 2 at the Parade Ground Islamabad.


In a tweet, Imran Khan Niazi, the leader of Pakistan Tehrespiralingek-e-Insaf (PTI), stated that he would organize the spiraling monstration against the imported government on July 2 at Parade Ground in Islamabad.


Further, Imran Khan Niazi said that rising inflation had broken the people’s backs and that regime change was enacted due to an American conspiracy.


The PTI leader urged the residents of Islamabad and Rawalpindi to participate entirely in the meeting while speaking at a press conference at his home in Bani Gala.

In the name of changes to the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) law, Khan criticisedspiraling the incumbent authorities, claiming they had brought Pakistan dangerously close to collapse. “They had no plan to manage inflation, nor were they ready to strengthen the nation’s economy.”

The government is delaying approval for Imran Khan Niazi Party’s power show at the parade ground.

On Wednesday, the federal government looks reluctant to permit the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) to stage a “protest spiraling thespiralingthe  the ” at the Parade Ground on July 2.


Asad Umar, the secretary-general of PTI Central, claimed in a statement that the coalition government was terrified of the former prime minister Imran Khan’s support among Pakistanis.


The previous planning minister claimed that the current administration was reluctant to allow the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf to have its jalsa on June 2 at Parade Ground in Islamabad.

According to Asad Umar, the “imported” authorities are also frightened of elections and protest marches.

Imran Khan Niazi confirmed that PTI would file a Supreme Court appeal of the LHC decision.

Imran Khan Niazi questions how Hamza can continue to serve as chief executive when the court determined that the election was “flawed.”

To stall the poll, PTI has chosen to appeal the LHC’s ruling to the Supreme Court.

President Alvi, according to Khan, sent a code to the Supreme Court for review.

According to the ruling, if Hamza maintains the majority of votes after subtracting the ballots of the dissidents, he will keep his position as chief minister.

To stall the poll, the PTI has chosen to appeal the LHC’s ruling to the Supreme Court.

Pervaiz Elahi, the speaker of the Punjab Assembly and leader of the PML-Q, reaffirmed that the PTI and PML-Q have not yet decided to boycott the polls and emphatically referred to all rumors. About the boycott as “false and untrue.”

Elahi said that 11 PTI members were abroad, and it would take some time for them to return.

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