Punjab Assembly be dissolved,Unification bloc suggested

Months ahead of Senate elections, the political opponents of the Pakistan’s Peoples Party (PPP) are mulling ways in which the ruling party can be denied a majority in the Upper House. An MPA of the Punjab Assembly on Sunday came forward with a unique proposal to deny the PPP an upper hand in the Senate.
Parliamentary leader of the Unification Bloc, Dr Tahir Ali Javed has proposed dissolution of Punjab Assembly.
Talking to media, the MPA says he will forward his proposal to the Chief Minister of Punjab Mian Shahbaz Sharif.
This step, Dr Javed said, will ensure that there will be no Senate elections, since Senate elections are based on electoral votes from all legislatures.
He also claimed that this move will have the complete backing of his group which comprises of dissident MPA’s of the Pakistan Muslim League Quaid (PML-Q).
PML-N may consider proposal
Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) spokesman Siddiqul Farooq said his party may consider the suggestion of MPA Tahir Ali Javed to dissolve the Punjab Assembly.
Speaking to Express News 24/7, Farooq said any chief minister has the authority to suggest the dissolution of the provincial assembly to the Governor.
He also said the president is constitutionally bound to dissolve the assembly if such a suggestion is made by the chief minister.
The PML-N spokesman said his party believes in constructive politics despite the fact that Pakistan People’s Party has already lost its mandate.
He also accused PPP of failing to fulfill its manifesto.
‘Proposal is unconstitutional’
Pakistan People’s Party Senator Babar Awan said anyone who comes up with such a suggestion should be charged for violating the constitution.
Awan hit out at PML-N saying it had used turncoats to come up with this suggestion.
Awan also said that Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz should contest the Senate elections, asserting that it would be in the spirit of democracy.

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