Election annulment case dismissed petitioner fined Rs 5 lakh

The Supreme Court of Pakistan dismissed the case of declaring the general elections held on February 8, 2024 as null and void and imposed a fine of 5 lakhs on the petitioner, former Brigadier Ali Khan. In the Supreme Court, a three-member bench headed by Chief Justice Qazi Faiz Isa heard the petition of Brigadier Retired Ali Khan to declare the election 2024 null and void, in which Brigadier Ali Khan did not appear in the court even today, while the Supreme Court allowed him. The chief justice said that along with the e-mail, the travel documents containing the ticket boarding pass, entry and exit stamps, according to which the petitioner Ali Khan had taken a flight from Pakistan to Doha and from there. Have been to Bahrain.

Election annulment case dismissed petitioner fined Rs 5 lakh

Chief Justice Qazi Faiz Isa expressed indignation and said that it is a strange person to take a one-way flight even though people take return tickets because the tickets are cheap.  He remarked that it is strange to file a petition and then go abroad, it is a misuse of the court, the judicial forum. Additional Attorney General further said that Brigadier Retired Ali Khan was court martialed in 2012 after which he was sentenced to five years.

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The Chief Justice asked who was the Army Chief at that time. The Additional Attorney General said that the Army Chief at that time was Ashfaq Parvez Kayani. During the hearing, PTI leader Shaukat Basra came to the rostrum and tried to speak. The Chief Justice asked if he was Ali Khan’s lawyer. Shaukat Basra said that I am not Ali Khan’s lawyer but I am in this case. I want to appear.

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