Mirpur (Zafar Mughal): The AJK High Court, while holding the vacant by-election on November 24 in the vacant seat of Wazir Khel Chaudhry Muhammad Saeed, disqualified from Azad Jammu and Kashmir Supreme Court. Have given. While former Prime Minister Barrister Sultan Mahmood Chaudhry candidate PTI has completed consultation for filing an appeal in the Supreme Court Mirpur Circuit against the by-election order, and it has been decided to file an appeal on Friday (today). According to details, the by-elections of the Legislative Government and the by-election of Chaudhry Saeed, a member of the Mirpur Assembly constituency, were vacated by the Supreme Court of Azad Kashmir on November 24 in the contempt of court case. Fear of defeat or federalism will start the war with the advice of Prime Minister Azad Kashmir Raja Farooq Haider, while trying to postpone the by-election. Raja Tasneem Arif, a direct judge of Chaudhry Mohammed Saeed, filed a writ petition in the High Court of Azad Jammu and Kashmir, which the High Court dismissed in the preliminary hearing against which the petitioners Mushtaq Janjua and Fayyaz Janjua filed the Supreme Court of Azad Jammu and Kashmir Mirpur. An appeal was filed in the Circuit on which Senior Judge Raja Muhammad Saeed Akram and Justice Ghulam Mustafa Mughal passed the important case to the High Court and directed them to re-hear this important case writ petition which was filed by Azad Jammu. Justice Azhar Saleem Babar appointed Chief Justice and Justice Sheikh in Muzaffarabad During the hearing on November 24, Razi Kayani stopped the Mirpur by-elections and issued an order against him and within 7 days, the government has sought response from other concerned, including Azad Kashmir and Relations Commission. Applicant Raja Tasneem Arif, who is directly under former minister Chaudhry Saeed, said that the lawyers took the position in the High Court that in the absence of the Chief Election Commissioner, the elections were unconstitutional and the by-elections should be held after the appointment of the Chief Election Commissioner. Former Prime Minister of PTI Kashmir L.A. Barrister Sultan Mahmood Chaudhry has named the move to halt the polls as a result of the bickering of Prime Minister Raja Farooq Haider and former incompetent minister following the High Court order. Against which Barrister Sultan has completed consultation with his lawyers panel and the Supreme Court on Friday, November 21, has completed his decision to file an appeal in the Mirpur Circuit.