After hearing the arguments of the parties, the Islamabad High Court reserved its decision on the petition against not allowing the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) to hold a rally and sit-in in the capital Islamabad.
Justice Amir Farooq heard the petition of PTI leader Ali Nawaz Awan against not allowing the rally and sit-in.
The Islamabad High Court reprimanded the non-appearance of the authorized officer of the administration and summoned the district administration immediately.
Justice Amir Farooq expressed his anger and said that this is a civil court? This is the High Court, come forward.
Advocate General Islamabad Barrister Jahangir Jadoon and Deputy Commissioner Islamabad appeared before the court.
Advocate General Islamabad read out the decision of the Supreme Court on May 25.
Justice Amir Farooq asked Advocate General Islamabad whether this is an order of the Supreme Court.
Barrister Jahangir Jadoon said that this is the reply submitted by Chairman PTI in the Supreme Court.
Justice Amir Farooq then asked what is the general procedure for permission of gatherings?
The Advocate General of Islamabad said that if it happened, it is assured only with the permission of the party, there was damage in their rally, the policemen were injured.
The court said that whatever the lawyer speaks, he does it on behalf of the client.
Barrister Jahangir Jadoon said that they are always seeking permission for the same place, they have always violated the terms and conditions, we are not trusting them.
Advocate General says that the PTI leadership refused to accept the assurance of two senior lawyers, we have set the place of T Chowk so they can hold the rally.
Lawyer Dr. Babar Awan argued that Ali Awan has filed this petition and he is responsible for it. The matter is in the Supreme Court. I should not have spoken about it. I am speaking. T Chowk is GT Road. They have now expanded the zone at the same time.
Justice Amir Farooq remarked that what happened before will not happen in the place where you are given this.
Barrister Jahangir Jadoon said that we cannot trust Chairman PTI Imran Khan till we contact him.
The court said that yesterday you said 6, 7 is the date and then said something else regarding the date, you have to be clear.
Advocate General Barrister Jahangir Jadoon said that now they are also saying that there will be 10 months, they have to tell a fixed date.
The Islamabad High Court reserved the decision after hearing the arguments of the parties.