PML-N to challenge LHC decision on Punjab Assembly reserved seats.

LAHORE -- Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz has decided to challenge the Lahore High Court's order to the election commission to notify members on reserved seats of the Punjab Assembly, quoting sources media reported on Monday.

The PML-N will file an intra-court appeal against the high court's decision, party sources said.

'The party has initiated consultations with its legal experts and will filed an appeal against the LHC decision today or tomorrow,' sources said.

'The house has not been complete, the decision on these seats should be taken after by elections on the vacant seats,' the PML-N opined.

Meanwhile, Mian Mehmood ur Rasheed, PTI's parliamentary leader in Punjab Assembly has said that Chief Minister Hamza Shehbaz has lost his majority in the house after the court's decision.

'He should immediately step down from the office,' he said while demanding to summon the session of Punjab Assembly. 'The PTI has now majority in the assembly,' he said.

He also demanded the...

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