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ISLAMABAD, April 8,2022- According to the order of the Supreme Court of Pakistan, the National Assembly will meet tomorrow (Saturday, April 9) at 10:30 am to vote on the no-confidence motion.

The 6-point agenda of the National Assembly session has been issued, in which the no-confidence motion resolution is at number four.

According to sources in the National Assembly, the National Assembly will meet tomorrow (Saturday) as per the current schedule. No separate assembly session will be convened.

Speaker withdraws his April 3 order

Following the decision of the Supreme Court, Speaker Asad Qaiser withdrew his April 3 order.

The Deputy Speaker had adjourned the sitting indefinitely after giving a rolling motion on April 3.

A notification has been issued to withdraw the order to adjourn the April 3 meeting.

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What is in Supreme Court’s Verdict

What is the decision of the Supreme Court?

The Supreme Court restored the National Assembly, and all the ministers were restored to their posts yesterday.

Chief Justice of Pakistan Umar Ata Bandial delivered a unanimous verdict with five zeros.

The Supreme Court quashed the Deputy Speaker’s April 3 ruling, declaring it unconstitutional and also rejected Prime Minister Imran Khan’s advice to President to dissolve the assembly.

The Supreme Court in its judgment said that the Prime Minister was bound by the Constitution, he could not advise the President to dissolve the Assembly. The National Assembly has been restored, all the ministers have been restored to their posts, it is the duty of the Speaker to convene a meeting.

The Supreme Court directed the Speaker to convene a session of the National Assembly immediately and directed that the first vote of no-confidence be taken on April 9 before 10 am.

The Supreme Court ruled that no member of the National Assembly should be barred from casting his vote during a vote on a no-confidence motion. The session cannot be adjourned until the no-confidence motion is completed.