ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: The Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Friday dismissed a plea, seeking disqualification of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI)’s estranged leader Ayesha Gulalai as Member of National Assembly.
The reserved judgement was announced by a single judge bench of Justice Aamir Farooq in response to a petition moved by Kulsoom Khaliq Advocate in-person, and remarked that petitioner should approach appropriate forum.
The petitioner apprised the court that Ayesha Gualala was elected MNA on the ticket of PTI and she remained in the said party and has so far not resigned from the party even after leveling baseless allegations against his party Chairman Imran Khan.
The petitioners alleged that Ayesha leveled baseless allegation without any solid proof and material.
Kulsoom Khaliq added that such allegations are sufficient enough to disqualify her as member of national assembly as she has committed misconduct by leveling false allegations against the party chairman.
Kulsoom continued that she had been approaching the Speaker National Assembly for disqualifying Ayesha Gulalai but no action required under the law was taken so far.
The bench after going through the arguments placed by the litigants had reserved the judgment which was announced later on Friday, terming the plea non-maintainable.