Islamabad: Acting Chief Justice (CJ) Islamabad High Court (IHC) Amir Farooq on Tuesday said that resignations and its acceptance are the individual matters not the collective.
The Acting CJ IHC was hearing the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) petition against phase wise acceptance of resignations of the PTI’s MNAs.
The counsel of PTI leader Asad Umar arguing over objections of the registrar office said that there is no need of a authority letter to file the petition.
The registrar office has an objection that the authority letter was not provided with the petition.
The acting CJ remarked that if such thing were happened then Asad Umar would have been the petitioner nor the PTI.
The CJ said that you have to taken a authority letter while the CJ passed the remarks that the resignations and its acceptance were an individual matter no the collective one.
He further remarked that if the petition was accepted then no body could say we were not a petitioner.
The acting CJ Amir Farooq said that the objections of the registrar office be removed.
Asad Umar counsel Faisal Chaudhry advocate insisted the court that all the 123 resignations be de-notified and issued orders of vacant seats.
The counsel said that we wanted elections on 123 seats instead of 11 seats.