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Imran Khan c Constitution b Supreme Court of Pakistan: Judges don’t have to be heroic all-rounders themselve – Times of India

by Arifa Rana

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The writer is Research Director; Vidhi Centre for Legal Policy.
In a feisty address to the nation last week, Imran Khan had vowed “to play till the last ball”. Facing a no-confidence motion in the national assembly that he was near-certain to lose, Imran refused to resign. He also refused to let the no-confidence motion take place, possibly to take the match to the final over.
In a carefully choreographed sequence of events, the deputy speaker of the national assembly refused to allow the no-confidence motion to be moved. Immediately thereafter, the president, on Imran’s instructions, dissolved the assembly and set the stage for fresh elections.
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