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Disqualification case; SC gave two options to Vawda

Islamabad: The Supreme Court has given two options to Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Faisal Vawda in the life disqualification case.

According to Leading News, the disqualification case of Faisal Vawda was heard in the Supreme Court by a three-member bench headed by the Chief Justice, which included Justice Ayesha Malik, Justice Mansoor Ali Shah.

The Supreme Court has ordered Faisal Vawda to appear in person at 11 am tomorrow and has asked that the PTI leader admit his mistake and be disqualified under Section 63(1) C, otherwise the court will proceed with the case under Section 62(1) F  will make progress.

The Chief Justice remarked that there is enough material before the court to disqualify Faisal Vawda for life, he has to admit his mistake in writing. He made false statements before the Supreme Court as well. Why can’t the Supreme Court examine the facts itself?

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On this occasion, Justice Ayesha Malik said that there is no question of the jurisdiction of the Election Commission here, the High Court also reviewed the facts and gave a decision. The voter should know who he is voting for, the voter does not see the intention of the candidate but sees the sworn statement.

Justice Ayesha Malik in her remarks further said that it is not necessary to check the intention of Faisal Vawda, the voter was misrepresented, the people cannot wait to know what was the intention of the person they voted for.

Another member of the bench, Justice Mansoor Ali Shah, said that Faisal Vawda told lies to cover up a lie.

At the end of the hearing, the court has also ordered Faisal Vawda to bring the certificate of renouncing US citizenship.

Earlier, in the hearing on the appeal against the life-long disqualification of Tehreek-e-Insaf leader Faisal Vawda, a false statement was revealed, in which he had said that the returning officer was comforted by seeing the canceled American passport.

Justice Ayesha Malik, giving arguments, told the lawyer that the canceled passport they were relying on was expired, the Returning Officer (RO) was shown the passport 2018, which had expired in 2015, and if a new passport is made, the old one should be used. But a cancellation stamp appears, how can a canceled passport be proof of renunciation of citizenship?

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