Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) Vice President Maryam Nawaz on Saturday said that the party would not accept “one-sided” decisions by the Supreme Court of Pakistan.

Maryam was reacting in a tweet to the Supreme Court order that Punjab Chief Minister Hamza Shahbaz would work as a trustee CM till July 25 when the apex court would resume hearing of PML-Q leader Pervaiz Elahi’s petition against Punjab Assembly Deputy Speaker Dost Mazari’s ruling on provincial chief’s re-election.

“Amid pressure due to bullying, threats, misbehaviour and abuses, if the house of justice makes specific decisions via the same bench and negates itself, negate its own decisions, puts its weight behind a single side then do not expect us to bow our heads before such one-sided decisions. Enough is Enough!” tweeted the PML-N leader.

“Today, a new interpretation is being made [of the decision]. So that the same favourite, who took benefit from it yesterday, uses it! Disapproved!” said Maryam. 

AHSAN IQBAL: In a separate press conference in Lahore, PML-N leader Ahsan Iqbal claimed that Imran Khan tries to get a bailout package with the help of the Supreme Court and national institutions.

Iqbal alleged that the PTI chairperson pressurises the institutions to make decisions that benefit him.

“Imran Niazi is trying to hijack the election process through social media with the help of funding of millions of dollars,” said the PML-N leader, alleging that “15,000 social media activists are recruited at Rs25,000 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa to spread his agenda.”

Expressing his disapproval of the court’s decision, Iqbal said that the court disqualified MPAs in a second while Qasim Suri has been the deputy speaker for two and a half years.

The minister said that the coalition government played a responsible role amid the deteriorating economic situation, adding that Imran Khan left the economy in shambles and is responsible for its destruction. 

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