A written order has been issued by the Supreme Court in the general election case.
In a six-page written order, the Supreme Court requested an explanation from Barrister Umeer Niazi and served him with a notice.
It has been argued in the court order why you should not be charged with contempt of court; the Supreme Court’s order made it clear that no one would interfere with the democratic process, and Umair Niazi appeared to have attempted to do just that.
The High Court has halted the work of 2753 DROs, ROs, and AROs, according to the formal order.
The court order also specified that the officers nominated as DROs and AROs were already serving as administrative officers and were not appointed expressly for the purpose of conducting elections.
In its ruling, the court ordered the suspension of the Lahore High Court’s decision and prevented it from handling the petition any further.
It should be recalled that the LHC’s decision to halt the ECP’s Notification of the appointment of District Returning Officers (DROs), Returning Officers (ROs) OR Assistant Returning Officers (AROs) as Deputy Commissioners was suspended by the Supreme Court yesterday. He had given the order to halt implementation and issue an election schedule right away.
The nation’s general election schedule has also been made public by the Election Commission in response to the court ruling.