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LHC dismisses plea seeking stop Aurat’s March

LHC dismisses plea seeking stop Aurat’s March

LHC dismisses plea seeking stop Aurat’s March

LHC dismisses plea seeking stop Aurat’s March

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LAHORE: The Lahore High Court (LHC) dismissed the petition filed to stop the Aurat’s  march as inadmissible.

Justice Shahid Karim announced the reserved verdict on a petition filed by a citizen, Azam Butt. The court had reserved the verdict on maintainability of the petition, after hearing initial arguments, earlier.

The petitioner, through the petition, had impleaded deputy commissioner Lahore and others as respondents.

The petitioner had sought directions to restrain the march, arguing that its banners and slogans were not suitable for Islamic society.

He contended that individuals could approach the court if their basic rights were infringed upon, highlighting constitutional provisions and ongoing efforts for women’s welfare.

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He also requested that authorities concerned should be directed to stop the immoral publicity of the Aurat March.

Earlier, A petition has been filed in the Lahore High Court(LHC) to remove Chairman Senate Sadiq Sanjrani from office.

To remove Sadiq Sanjrani from the post of Senate Chairman, citizen Mashkoor Hussain filed a petition in the Lahore High Court, in which the Election Commission of Pakistan, including Sadiq Sanjrani, and others have been made parties.

It has been stated in the petition that Sadiq Sanjrani contested the election on the seat of the provincial assembly of Balochistan and he won the election.

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