Pakistan, Lahore High Court, Imran Khan, disqualification, pakistan News

Pak PM Imran Khan in difficulty, a petition in the High Court to disqualify.

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Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan has been caught in a new controversy. In the Lahore High Court accusing him of not being honest and honest, he has been petitioned for disqualification from the post. It said that Pak PM had hidden information about his relationship with a former partner’s daughter in his nomination papers of the 2018 election. The High Court will hear the case on Monday.

On Saturday, the High Court accepted the petition for hearing. It has been demanded that Imran Khan is disqualified for violating the provisions of Article 62 and 63 of the Pakistani Constitution. Under the Pakistan Constitution, there is a pre-condition to becoming a member of Parliament that the person is ‘Sadiq and Amin’ (Honest and Honest).

According to the report of the Pak media, the petition has claimed that in the nomination papers filed by Khan during the 2018 general elections, he did not provide information about his alleged daughter Tyrian Jade Khan Wight. Tyrone is the daughter of Imran’s former partner Anna Lucia Wight. It is said that Tieran is the daughter of Imran Khan.

According to the report of Dawn, it has been said in the petition that, “Imran did not mention the white in his nomination letters in his nomination papers and thus, he does not prove worthy under Article 62 and 63 of the Constitution. In such a situation, Imran should be disqualified. ‘

Although earlier this year Islamabad High Court had dismissed such a petition. The court had said that this is a personal matter and it can not be considered.