According to details, in the cabinet meeting chaired by Prime Minister Imran Khan, the federal government has decided to approach the Supreme Court for the Senate elections.
Senate elections will be held in February instead of March, for which Attorney General Khalid Javed Khan presented proposals to the cabinet.
Adviser to Parliamentary Affairs Babar Awan also gave a briefing on constitutional and political aspects in the light of which it was decided that the Senate elections would be held a month before the show of hands.
The Cabinet decided that a reference would be filed in the Supreme Court under Article 186 and the government would seek the opinion of the Supreme Court under the Constitution.
The government will be able to hold elections without amendment in the light of the Supreme Court decision. Elections will be held in February through a show of hands without a constitutional amendment.