ISLAMABAD: Submitting its response in the Supreme Court on Wednesday, the Pakistan Muslim League – Nawaz (PML-N) said that the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) and Pakistan Awami Tehreek’s (PAT) sit-ins on Islamabad’s Constitution Avenue violated Articles 4 and 5 of the Constitution.
Earlier last week, the apex court had directed leaders of political parties to submit their suggestions to end the ongoing political stalemate during the hearing of a plea against protests by the PTI and the PAT.
PML-N counsel Rafiq Rajwana submitted the party’s response in the apex court Wednesday which stated that although the Constitution allowed freedom of expression, the protests carried out by the PTI and PAT were also in violation of Article 19 of the Constitution.
The reply said that judges had taken an oath to protect the Constitution and it was their responsibility to do the same. The reply requested the court to resolve the political crisis under Article 184(3) of the Constitution
It is pertinent to mention that on Tuesday, PTI had raised certain questions, challenging the jurisdiction of the court to hear petitions against ongoing sit-ins on Constitution Avenue.
Earlier on September 2, the apex court had issued notices to all parliamentary parties as requested by Zulfiqar Naqvi who had petitioned that all parties be summoned so that the deadlock can be resolved. INP
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