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PTI Challenges NAB Amendments in Supreme Court

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan on Saturday challenged amendments to the current government’s National Accountability Bureau (NAB) ordinance in the Supreme Court, saying the changes should be “removed from the law book”.

Imran had earlier announced his intention to challenge the amendments in the Supreme Court, saying they amounted to “justifying” corruption.

Last month, the National Assembly and Senate passed the Elections (Amendment) Bill 2022 and the National Accountability (Second Amendment) Bill 2021, which were promised by coalition parties to bring about the necessary reforms.

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Imran strongly condemned the government’s decision to legislate, calling it a “dark day” in the country’s history and accusing the “imported government” of imposing accountability. Rotation. Earlier this week, President Arif Alawi refused to approve amendments to the NAB rules, calling the new legislation “regressive” in nature, a day after he passed the Electoral Reform Bill. Returned without

In a letter to the Prime Minister, the President said he was confident that the NAB Bill in its latest form would “promote corruption” and ensure that the “long arm of the law” is disabled. “This is also a message to the corrupt, who have amassed immense wealth, about which there is no doubt in the minds of the Pakistani people that they are not accountable and are free to continue looting,” Alavi said. Are. ” Explained the reason for refusing to sign the bill.

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