- Political and constitutional disaster continues in Pakistan
- NSA Moeed Yusuf resigns from his put up
- Listening to on dissolution of Parliament shall be held in Supreme Court docket on Tuesday
Islamabad: The nation’s Nationwide Safety Advisor (NSA) Moeed Yusuf on Monday resigned from his put up amid the political and constitutional disaster in Pakistan. Yusuf tweeted, “As we speak, I’m stepping down and I’m extraordinarily glad, as I do know that the put up of NSA and the Nationwide Safety Division is lively with an distinctive workforce that can proceed to make Pakistan proud.” Because of Prime Minister Imran Khan and all others who’ve given the Workplace of the Nationwide Safety Advisor and the Nationwide Safety Division/Strategic Coverage Planning Cell a possibility to contribute to the nationwide trigger.
Yusuf tweeted, “Some persons are so lucky that they get the chance to serve their nation whereas holding a excessive place. There are only a few individuals who get the chance to do that at my age. By the grace of God, not solely did I get this honour, however I’ll all the time keep in mind this time of two and a half years.
Allow us to let you know that the Supreme Court docket of Pakistan on Monday adjourned for a day the listening to within the case of dismissal of the no-confidence movement by the Deputy Speaker of the Nationwide Meeting and the next dissolution of Parliament. The court docket promised to cross an “applicable order” on this high-profile case. Nationwide Meeting Deputy Speaker Qasim Suri had rejected the opposition’s no-confidence movement in opposition to Prime Minister Imran Khan, citing hyperlinks to an alleged international conspiracy.