PTI Nov. 2 Sit In: Supreme Court gives verdict on petition

PTI Nov. 2 Sit In: Supreme Court gives verdict on petition
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ISLAMABAD: Federal Government had to face embarrassment in the Supreme Court of Pakistan on Thursday when the petition seeking restraining orders for the PTI Nov. 2 rally was rejected by the Supreme Court of Pakistan.

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The Supreme Court of Pakistan on Thursday rejected a petition seeking a restraining order against the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf’s (PTI) programme to lock down the federal city next month.

The apex court adopted an authoritative stance by maintaining that it must not interfere in political issues unless it was really required.

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During the hearing, the Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Anwer Zaheer Jamali said, “The court is really unwilling to obstruct such matters” and dismissed the request of the applicant quoting; it was too early for the petition .

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