Rehman Malik & 11 other parlimentarians disqualified

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    Islamabad: The Pakistan Supreme Court has disqualified 11 parliamentarians, including Interior Minister Rahman Malik, for holding dual nationality.

    The Supreme Court announced the judgment on petitions challenging dual nationality according to which all the members of parliament holding dual nationality have been disqualified, Geo News reported.

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    The court had reserved the judgment 18 September. The judges had earlier said that dual nationality holders could not be given the authority to make laws.

    Dawn reported that the lawmakers who have been disqualified include Zahid Iqbal, Farahnaz Ispahani, Muhammad Ikhlaq, Ashraf Chauhan, Nadia Gabol, Amina Buttar, Zaheer Awan, Waseem Qadir, Farhat Muhammad Khan, Chaudhry Nadeem Khadim and Ahmed Ali Shah.

    The court directed the government to withdraw the amount spent on salaries and perks from disqualified lawmakers and deposit it in the national treasury.

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    i wonder how many foreign agents are in pak parliament and ministry:confused::confused::confused:
     

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