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LHC reserves decision on petition to remove Caretaker PM from office

LAHORE: Lahore High Court (LHC) has reserved its decision on the petition filed to remove Caretaker Prime Minister (PM) Anwar-ul-Haq Kakar from his office.Justice Shahid Bilal Hassan of LHC heard the petition of Advocate Muhammad Muqasit.During the hearing, the government lawyer argued that there is nothing in the constitution that the caretaker government is only for 90 days, if there is no executive of the country, how will the country run?The petitioner's lawyer said that my request is that everything should be in accordance with the law, the main job of the caretaker prime minister is to conduct elections, which he is not conducting, the prime minister has lost his sanctity, the BBC contacted me regarding this matter.Court remarked that the BBC is not a party to this petition, what does it have to do with us? You should go and find out why Pakistan was created, who created it, you are lying in these circles, I did not like your reference to BBC.Later, the Lahore High Court reserved its decision on the petition to remove the Caretaker Prime Minister from office.Earlier, in the petition filed in the LHC, the position was taken that the appointment of the caretaker prime minister has become ineffective after the completion of the 90-day period, the caretaker prime minister's term has been completed on November 15. Anwar Ul Haq Kakar is no more prime minister.Petitioner further said that the election commission or any constitutional court did not extend the caretaker prime minister's term, requesting the court to issue an order to remove the caretaker prime minister from office.