Provincial assembly to be dissolved after voting on no-trust motion: Sibtain Khan
Provincial assembly to be dissolved after voting on no-trust motion, says Sibtain Khan
LAHORE (Dunya News) – Punjab Assembly Speaker Sibtain Khan said on Thursday that the provincial assembly will be dissolved after voting on no-confidence motion.
Talking to media in Lahore on Thursday, Sibtain Khan while launching a tirade against Governor Punjab Baligh-ur-Rehman said that his intentions are not good and this thing can end if he takes back his letter.
He said that time has not come for action against the Governor under Article 6 of the constitution, adding that he cannot chair the session when voting against Speaker is held and the chief minister can chair the session on the day of voting against the provincial assembly speaker.
The Speaker went on to say that the complications made by the federal government are needed to be addressed, adding that the no-confidence motion is submitted yet, notices are still to be issued, adding that voting is expected to be held in the first week January.
He further added that with the submission of no-confidence motion, the assembly cannot be dissolved tomorrow [Friday].
He further said that whether the session is going on or not, the Governor can call a special session but he cannot de-notify anyone but if he went for de-notification, we will write letter to the President.
“I am sending a letter to the Governor again today as I have to abide by the constitution and the law and I will tell the governor not to pass these illegal orders,” he added.