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Punjab CM-elect Hamza Shahbaz’s oath-taking deferred once again

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LAHORE: The oath-taking of the newly elected chief minister of Punjab, PML-N’s Hamza Shahbaz has been postponed for the second time despite all preparations.

All is done and the dust is settled, Hamza is expected to be sworn in as Punjab CM in a ceremony at the Governor’s Palace in Lahore on Saturday night, where Senate President Sadiq Sanjarani will address him. swear. However, the ceremony had to be postponed again as the Senate president was unable to reach Lahore.

Emergency measures had been taken for the ceremony as per the orders of Lahore High Court. Sources within the Governor House said that all the preparations for the oath-taking had been made after receiving verbal instructions from the President’ Office but no written order had been received.

After the cancellation of the ceremony, the PML-N has decided to approach the court again.

Meanwhile, PML-N Deputy General Secretary Ataullah Tarar said that Punjab Governor Omar Sarfraz Cheema would be remembered in history as a violator of the Constitution.

“It has been decided to file a contempt of court petition against him,” he added.

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