High Court disqualifies AJK premier for contempt.
The Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) High Court blocked State head Sardar Tanveer Ilyas on Tuesday from his circumstance as a person from the authority get together and as boss on scorn charges.
The better courts of AJK served Ilyas a day earlier in his search for clarification regarding his situation regarding disparaging remarks about the legal executive made during public social events. The prime minister was requested to appear today by both the AJK High Court and the Supreme Court.
According to Ilyas, the judiciary had altered the functioning of his government by using stay orders to obstruct the executive.
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The full bench of the high court found him guilty and handed down a sentence today for making statements that were critical of the court.
It insisted that the court was aware of Ilyas’ statements that criticized the judiciary and rejects his apology.
The current structure of the AJK bureau collapsed as a result of Ilyas’s exclusion.
The announcement comes at a time when political tensions are rising across Pakistan as a result of the emergency involving races in Punjab and Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa following the dissolution of congregations in the two regions.
For less than a year, Ilyas, a subsidiary of Pakistan Tehreek-I-Insaf (PTI), served as interim chief of AJK. On April 18, 2022, he defeated no one to become the fourteenth highest state leader in the region.
After Abdul Qayyum Khan Niazi resigned as AJK premier, Illyas had presented PTI’s nomination papers, which the secretary assembly found to be valid.
Chaudhry Yasin was selected jointly by the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) and the Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N), whereas Ilyas was chosen by PTI Chairman Imran Khan to be the party’s candidate for prime minister.
There was no other candidate to compete with Ilyas, who received 33 votes in favor and the united opposition’s boycott of the session for the prime minister’s election.
On July 5, 1975, Khan Abdul Hameed Khan turned into the main head of the state of AJK. Since 1985, AJK has had a parliamentary structure. Raja Farooq Haider Khan, Sardar Sikandar Hayat, and Sardar Atiq Ahmad Khan each held the position of AJK PM twice.