The ex-Prime Minister of Pakistan Mia Muhammad Nawaz Sharif, has once again fallen into more trouble. After being disqualified as a PM of Pakistan, supreme court now has also taken away his name from Pakistan Muslim League-N’s president bracket.
Unprecedented, PML-N seems to have been caught off guard, but people are divided on their opinion on whether the suspension of Nawaz Sharif from PML-N will help them win the upcoming elections or not. Some came up with the opinion that they will get the “sympathy” votes and shock the World by winning the elections like they previously did in Lodhran. Others are with the opinion that this is the end of Nawaz Sharif and PML-N.
Whatever the case maybe, experts are also divided that whether the supreme court has overstepped it’s power in suspending Nawaz Sharif as PML-N president or not. Whatever, let us find out what actually happened.
As per supreme court’s Chief justice and two other senior judges on the same bench, has disqualified an individual from the constitution under article 62/63 ( Sadiq and Ameen ). Now the individual cannot head any political party. This all started after PML-N were able to pass the elections act 2017. So basically, the move comes as reversal of the parliament passed notion.
Nowadays, Pakistan is going through a very tough phase, everyday, the court, lock themselves into the war of words, which shows the negative image of the country in front of the World. Which downgrade the value of the country. It has almost destroyed the external and internal conditions of the country.
Here are some tweets which shows the reaction of people about the disqualification 2.0 of Nawaz Sharif
Sc is pretty much conducting Nawaz Sharif's election campaign for him. And as for NS and co…here's a Napoleon quote: 'Never interrupt your enemy when he's making a mistake'
— Zarrar Khuhro (@ZarrarKhuhro) February 21, 2018
SC rightly decided to ban a convict from heading a political party, however, its immediate victim is Nawaz Sharif who was disqualified by the apex court on weak grounds.
— Ansar Abbasi (@AnsarAAbbasi) February 21, 2018
The SC judgment disqualifying Nawaz Sharif was not unexpected. However, it’s a miscalculation by powers-that-be. Nawaz Sharif is likely to gain more sympathy & his party more votes in the coming elections. Political engineering so far hasn’t delivered. What’s next my lords?
— Raza Ahmad Rumi (@Razarumi) February 21, 2018
Perhaps, the first time Nawaz Sharif is ever going to be on the right side of the history?
— Umer Ali (@IamUmer1) February 21, 2018