Imran asks Justice Wajihuddin to step down
ISLAMABAD: In a fresh attempt to dissolve the election tribunal, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chief Imran Khan asked Justice retired Wajihuddin Ahmed on Thursday to step down on the grounds that he was violating party discipline by holding meetings after dissolution of the tribunal.
Imran wrote a letter to Justice (Retd) Wajihuddin Ahmed on April 29, saying proceedings of the tribunal after its dissolution “will not be recognised as valid.”
In his letter, the PTI chief also said that in its recent meeting, the tribunal had earned adverse comments of the media for the party.
“Following the notification dated April 24, for dissolution of the election tribunal of the party, I have been informed that you convened the meeting of the erstwhile Tribunal on April 27 and continued with the proceedings,” the PTI chairman wrote in his letter.