LAHORE – The Punjab Meeting disaster deepened additional yesterday as Meeting Speaker Mohammad Sibtain Khan refused to entertain the Punjab governor’s recommendation to carry meeting session by 4pm (Wednesday) for Chief Minister Ch Parvez Elahi to take vote of confidence. The Punjab governor on December 19 had suggested Chief Minister Ch Parvez Elahi to acquire a vote of confidence from the provincial meeting by 4pm on Wednesday; however the speaker gave a ruling towards the governor’s orders and termed it unlawful citing a Lahore Excessive Courtroom order of 1997 in respect of Mian Manzoor Ahmad Wattoo’s case. He additionally didn’t course of the governor’s order and consequently there was no meeting session on Wednesday as referred to as by the governor for the vote of confidence. The Governor later declared the Speaker’s ruling on the vote of confidence to be obtained by the chief minister as unconstitutional and unlawful because it rendered the Article 130 (7) of the Structure redundant and enabled the chief minister to chorus from acquiring the boldness vote. The no-trust movement was the opposite day filed by the Opposition events towards the chief minister, meeting speaker and deputy speaker. Within the later improvement, Governor Mohammad Balighur Rehman, who was anticipated to de-notify Punjab Chief Minister Ch Parvez Elahi after midnight following the latter’s failure to acquire a vote of confidence from the Punjab Meeting, noticed restraint and as an alternative wrote a letter to Meeting Speaker Mohammad Sibtain Khan telling him that his ruling was unconstitutional. After the expiry of the 4pm deadline set by the governor for the chief minister to take a vote of confidence from the Meeting on Wednesday, the PML-N sources saved telling the media that the Punjab governor would de-notify the chief minister after the change of date Wednesday midnight. Speaking to the media after attending a consultative assembly of the PML-N and the PPP on the Governor Home which continued until after midnight, PML-N chief Atta Tarar mentioned the Punjab governor wished to present a while to the speaker to rethink his ruling within the gentle of constitutional factors raised by him in his letter to the speaker. He mentioned that the Punjab governor didn’t need to take any choice in haste because the matter may also go to courtroom at a later stage. He mentioned the Punjab governor was performing with utmost warning and wouldn’t take any unconstitutional step. “It is the governor’s prerogative to de-notify the chief minister. “He may take this decision any time, tomorrow or some other day”, he mentioned, including that the governor had all the time acted in accordance with the Structure and legislation. Earlier, the authorized group of the PML-N and the PPP held consultative conferences on the Governor Home which continued until after midnight. The speaker in his ruling had maintained that the governor’s order was not in accordance with Article 54(3) and Article 127 of the Structure. He had additionally taken the plea because the meeting was already in session, no contemporary session might be convened. The speaker additionally held in his ruling that there needs to be a minimal necessary 10-day interval for the chief minister to acquire a confidence vote as per the courtroom order. Addressing two most important considerations raised by the speaker in his ruling, the governor advised him that if the continued session was prorogued by him (PA speaker) any time earlier than 4pm on Wednesday a brand new session was required to be summoned at 4pm for the vote of confidence. The governor advised the speaker that as per the Structure, the meeting’s present session didn’t have any impact on the operation of Article 130(7). “In the alternate, a sitting of the assembly at the noted time and date could have been summoned in the 41st session of the assembly, which your good self has also noted that it was summoned by me and was never prorogued; or a fresh session specifically summoned for the purpose of requiring the chief minister to obtain the vote of confidence,” the governor’s order reads. The governor opined that the Structure didn’t forestall Article 130(7) from taking impact if the meeting was already underneath session. “Your reading of the Constitution essentially renders Article 130(7) redundant,” he advised the speaker. Giving his opinion on the speaker’s reliance on the Lahore Excessive Courtroom judgment, the governor described it “misplaced in as much as the facts and circumstances involved in this judgment are clearly distinguishable”. He additionally famous that the speaker’s ruling was in violation of Rule 209 of the Guidelines of Process of the Provincial Meeting of the Punjab, 1997. “Under sub-rule (1), a ruling on interpretation and enforcement of the relevant articles of the Constitution to regulate the business of the assembly can only be given on a ‘point of order’. It is evident that no point of order was raised on the floor of the house on December 20, and as it seems, your good self has given the ruling in your office, which is in violation of Rule 209(1),” the governor defined in his order. The governor additionally accused the speaker of performing in a partisan method in violation of his oath. “As the custodian of the house and holder of an esteemed constitutional office, it was imperative for the PA speaker not to act in a partisan manner; or for that matter, in any other way that violates your oath”. The governor mentioned that the speaker’s ruling prevented the chief minister from acquiring the vote of confidence as required by him underneath the Structure. “Helping and aiding the chief minister in refraining from fulfilling his duty and preventing the constitutional process to proceed to its logical end leads to the consequences stipulated in Rule 22 (7) of the Rules of Procedure of the Provincial Assembly of the Punjab, 1997,” reads the concluding paragraph of governor’s four-page reply to the Punjab Meeting speaker. Earlier within the day, PML-Q’s parliamentary celebration members met with Chief Minister Ch Parvez Elahi and introduced to assist him if a no-trust movement is put to vote within the Punjab Meeting any time. The assembly was co-chaired by parliamentary chief Sajid Bhatti and Punjab Chief Minister Ch Parvez Elahi on the chief minister’s workplace. The parliamentary celebration members delegated full authority of creating all choices to CM Parvez Elahi. It was resolved throughout the assembly that each one PML-Q members of Punjab Meeting will forged their vote in favour of Parvez Elahi, Speaker Punjab Meeting Sibtain Khan and Deputy Speaker Wasiq Qayyum if a a no-confidence movement towards them is put to vote towards them. Earlier, there have been stories that some PML-Q MPAs together with Basma Chaudhry could not assist Ch Parvez Elahi if he seeks a vote of confidence from the meeting and on the time of voting on the no-trust movement towards him. PML-Q Parliamentary Chief Sajid Bhatti, Hafiz Ammar Yasir, Shujat Nawaz, Muhammad Abdullah Warraich, Muhammad Rizwan, Ehsan-ul-Haq, Muhammad Afzal, Khadija Umer, Basma Chaudhry attended the assembly. MNA Hussain Elahi additionally participated within the assembly. Addressing the assembly, CM Parvez Elahi mentioned: “We would stand by Imran Khan with our heart and soul and would remain so in future as well”. He additional said that PML-Q was united and people spreading rumours about disunity have been treading on a selected agenda. “Their nefarious designs will be foiled”, he added. On the event, Sajid Bhatti mentioned that the parliamentary celebration was united underneath the management of CM Parvez Elahi. “We are standing with CM Parvez Elahi like an iron wall”, he remarked, including that the chief minister was their chief and the entire parliamentary celebration was standing standing shoulder to shoulder with him.