Punjab Governor Omar Sarpraz Chima on Thursday called the recently inaugurated Prime Minister Hamza Shebaz “illegal, unconstitutional and counterfeit” if Kamar Javed Baz and Army Chief of Staff offered him one subdar and four jawans. claimed. And put him in jail.
In a series of early morning tweets, he said the party’s silence was “very worrisome”, saying the province, in a constitutional and legal crisis, had been “held hostage by force”.
If everyone has accepted the Hamza Shehbaz “formula” to become prime minister in Punjab, other regions should start to worry about themselves, he added.
In a follow-up tweet, he said that in the future anyone can take over the Constitutional Court in the same way as long as those who have “torn the constitution and the law by force” are protected.
Chima said in her 26-year political career, she has always called for a “neutral referee”. He explained that if the “neutral referee” did not maintain the same rules for both sides, they could not call themselves “neutral” and the game would not be fair.
“I made it clear in the statement what kind of intervention was expected and what was needed. I would have appealed to the public if I had not been the governor.
“The party is always [army’s] Former 111 Brigade. “I asked for at least 4 jawans and 1 serve,” he tweeted.
The crisis in Punjab began on April 17, the day after the Prime Minister was elected at a stormy meeting of the Punjab Parliament that led to outright violence, when Governor Chima refused to take an oath to the new prime minister, Hamza. The secretary’s report, the instructions of the Lahore High Court (LHC) and the facts presented to him challenged the validity of the election.
Dozens of PTI MPAs and House Speaker Chaudhry Pervaiz Elahi, one of two candidates running for the office of Prime Minister, were injured in the election.
Hamza got 197 votes, including 26 from PTI opponents, but Elahi didn’t get a single vote because he thought PTI and PML-Q members could not vote.
Three Petitions and Deadlocks
Hamza then approached the Lahore High Court on 21 April, where President Arif Alvi directed that a representative be appointed to administer the oath in the governor’s absence.
However, after the president did not follow the court’s instructions, Hamza approached the court again on April 25. This time he asked the LHC to direct Senate Chairman Sadiq Sanjrani to take the oath on him. In his ruling, LHC Chief Justice Ameer Bhatti ordered Governor Cheema to complete Hamza’s oath process by April 28.
As the president and governors still failed to comply with court orders, Hamza requested LHC intervention for the third time on April 29.
Following the court’s instructions, Parliament Speaker Raja Pervaiz Ashraf finally took an oath to Hamza the next day.
But hours before Hamza’s oath, Chima rejected former Prime Minister Usman Buzdar’s resignation and restored the cabinet that had convened a meeting.
Governor calls attention to CJP
During the oath ceremony, Governor Chima said to the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, “Gunda Gardi“(Assault) at the governor’s house. He also said that the “drama of a fake prime minister’s oath” was being performed in an “unconstitutional” manner.
The governor also called the notice of Hamza’s takeover of the CM office “fake”.
“As governor, I do not allow unconstitutional, fake Prime Minister appointment notices. The way they force and deceive the drama of the oath they are now trying to prepare a fake notice for it,” he tweeted at the time.
At a press conference a day later, Chima said that Buzdar’s resignation was a reality.pitna“(Prank) Behind the constitutional crisis in Punjab.
He explained that the oath that followed “after taking the governor hostage” was illegal and unconstitutional. He said that the Prime Minister’s son Hamza had his own “Punjab police and bureaucracy”Gunda Power” and eventually nominated CM Buzdar, and Hamza did not send advice, but notified him as Chief Minister.
Meanwhile, the formation of a new provincial cabinet was delayed until Cheema was eliminated. Serb A report released earlier this month.
PML-N has already announced the transfer of the Punjab Governor’s office to the Allied PPP, which has nominated South Punjab President Makhdoom Ahmad Mahmood.