PTI approves the dissolution of Punjab and KPK Assemblies

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PTI approved the dissolution of Punjab and KPK Assemblies

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has given go ahead for the dissolution of Punjab and KPK Assemblies.

After the meeting chaired by Imran Khan, Fawad Chaudhry announced that after the meeting of the parliamentary parties of both the assemblies on Friday and Saturday, they will announce the dissolution of the assemblies.

PTI chief Imran Khan in public gathering in Rawalpindi had announced his party’s intention to disassociate itself from the “current corrupt political system” by quitting the assemblies of KP and Punjab.

Imran Khan’s decides to resign from all assemblies, not to go to Islamabad

Fawad Chaudhry said that 567 seats will fall vacant across the country due to resignations, our assembly members in Sindh, Balochistan will submit their resignations.

He said that constitutionally elections will have to be held in Punjab and KP in 90 days, Speaker National Assembly will also be asked to accept the resignations of PTI members.

Fawad Chaudhry further said that the final date for dissolution of Punjab and KP Assemblies will be given in two or three days.

He said that a committee was formed under the chairmanship of Shah Mahmood Qureshi to review the constitutional options related to the dissolution of the Punjab Assembly.

The PTI leader said that Imran Khan has called a parliamentary party meeting on Friday.

Punjab Law Minister resigns

Talking to the media in Sheikhupura, Khurram Shehzad Vark said that on the day it is my turn to resign, you will find me standing in the first row, announcing my resignation from my ministry and MPA seat.

Khurram Shehzad Work said that the people of my city overthrew the family politics that had been imposed for decades.

ECP says national elections will be in time

Meanwhile, the Election Commission said that the Provincial Assemblies could be dissolved, but the national election cannot be held.

In response to Imran Khan’s announcement of dissolution of the assemblies by the Election Commission, he further said that re-election in Punjab and KP will cost at least 22 billion rupees.

According to the Election Commission spokesperson, re-election will have to be held simultaneously in around 400 seats of Punjab and KP, which may incur huge expenses.