Protection Pakistan ordinance will challenge by Tehreek E Insaf and Co-Parties

PTI together with opposition parties in Parliament on Monday passed with a simple majority of the controversial Protection Pakistan ordinance (PPO) in the apex court to challenge the bill announced.

Tahreek insaaf member and former foreign minister

Talk to the Medea after the national assembly meeting he said that the government did not listen the Point of Opposition and they did not talk about the immanent of the bill. He said the two political parties to challenge it in the Supreme Court PTI has expressed its willingness to support.

Protection Pakistan ordinance

‘Opposition parties, together with the Supreme Court to take the risk plan, are being deprived of basic rights in it, we consult with other parties intend to challenge in the Supreme Court have. The MQM and the Jamaat-e-Islami has expressed its willingness and the contacts are being made with other parties. ‘

On Monday, the government’s allies, including the opposition and the PPP government’s decision to pass hastily protest walkout from Parliament was.¬†Opposition parties have said that because the majority of the opposition parties in the Senate bill will not be approved. According to the government bill aimed cases against terrorists is to make the process faster.

The contents of the bill say terrorists will be set up special court for cases such trials will be faster. In 15 days against the court’s decision could be appealed in the Supreme Court. The joint team will investigate terrorism cases, while the bill for 90 days of any suspected terrorist can be detained for investigation.According to Bill, any proceedings would be contrary to Article 10 of the Constitution of Pakistan.

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Despite being part of the government opposed the bill. Maulana Amir Khan from Loralai MLA Bill equates civil martial law. He said, ‘Jamiat this context cannot with eyes closed and government agencies have produced the current bill. The PML-N has asked the agencies they go to get the bill to the House.