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In Lahore, the Lahore High Court (LHC) has issued a written order allowing former Punjab chief minister Parvez Elahi to participate in the by-polls scheduled for April 21.

The two-member bench stated in the nine-page written order that the courts serve as guardians of democracy and fundamental rights.

The written order mentioned that the appellant failed to provide evidence for the objections against Parvez Elahi, leading to the nullification of the single bench’s decision.

The order delved into the principles of democracy and the responsibilities of the returning officer.

The petitioner had objected to Elahi for not disclosing information about his properties.

Elahi’s counsel mentioned that similar objections were raised during the general elections, but the Supreme Court permitted him to run for office.

The Lahore High Court noted that Parvez Elahi was still in jail and that records of all his properties had been submitted to the court.


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