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IHC rejects plea seeking PTI founder disqualification in Tyrian White case 

IHC rejects plea seeking PTI founder disqualification in Tyrian White case 

IHC rejects plea seeking PTI founder disqualification in Tyrian White case 

IHC rejects plea seeking PTI founder disqualification in Tyrian White case 

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ISLAMABAD: The Islamabad High Court(IHC) dismissed the plea seeking Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf (PTI) founder Imran Khan’s disqualification in the Tyrian White case.

A three-member larger bench of the Islamabad High Court heard the disqualification petition for hiding the alleged daughter of PTI founder Taryn Jade White in the nomination papers, in which Imran Khan’s lawyer Naeem Panjutha gave arguments.

Naeem Panjutha said that this matter has already been decided and the judgment has also been uploaded on the website, after the decision was removed from the website, the bench was reconstituted through a press release.

Justice Tariq Jahangiri asked Naeem Panjutha “Who are you? Are you a lawyer in this case?”. On this, Naeem Panjutha said, “I am the proxy counsel, the case is also mentioned in the letter of 6 judges”.

The court said that two judges Justice Mohsin Akhtar Kayani and Justice Arbab Muhammad Tahir gave an opinion. On this, Hamid Ali Shah said that it was the opinion of two judges, the decision of the Chief Justice was not signed.

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Justice Tariq Jahangiri said that two members of the bench said that the petition should not be heard and it should be dismissed. Chief Justice Aamer Farooq had recused himself from the bench.

Hamid Ali Shah said that you should give a date so that he can assist. On this Justice Tariq said the petition has already been dismissed and how the court gave relief in this plea.

Lawyer petitioner Hamid Shah said, “I need some time to assist, I can assist the court only after seeing the verdict”.

Justice Tariq Jahangiri said that two judges had given their decision, and that judgment was opened in front of everyone today in a sealed envelope.

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