Sadiq Sanjrani survives Senate’s no-confidence movement

ISLAMABAD: Sadiq Sanjrani would proceed to function the Senate Chairman following the failure of Opposition’s no-confidence movement in opposition to him on Thursday. 

Senator Barrister Saif, who was appointed as presiding officer, is chairing the session at the moment.

As per particulars, 50 votes had been forged in favour of the no-confidence movement in opposition to Sanjrani, thus the decision was not adopted within the Senate.

The key voting on the no-confidence movement occurred within the Higher Home. A complete of 53 votes had been required to take away the Senate chairman.

On the onset of the session, 64 senators favoured the no-trust movement tabled by Raja Zafarul Haq, following which, the polling kicked off within the Senate.

There have been 100 senators attending the session at the moment. 

On July 9, opposition senators had submitted a decision in opposition to Senate Chairman Sadiq Sanjrani to the secretariat of the higher home with signatures of 38 opposition members. The federal government and coalition legislators hit again with the same movement in opposition to Deputy Chairman Saleem Mandviwalla on July 12.

The opposition’s Rehbar Committee had nominated Mir Hasil Bizenjo as its candidate to exchange the incumbent Chairman Senate.

It’s for the primary time within the historical past of Pakistan {that a} no-confidence movement has been submitted in opposition to the senate chairman.



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