Judgement says voting for opposing candidate is a "serious issue and worst form of betrayal of electorate and party's policy".
The verdict was reserved yesterday and was to be announced today but the case was later de-listed.
MPAs' counsel argues they did not receive instructions from parliamentary party; PTI lawyer states they were given directions.
NA speaker had sent references against PTI dissidents to the ECP on April 14; Qureshi indicates verdict to be challenged in court.
Fawad Chaudhry says Pakistan's biggest political party has lost trust in CEC.
Orders district election commissioner Islamabad to start case against Ali Haider Gilani, two MNAs over "corrupt practices".
Noor Alam's counsel says his client had not violated Article 63-A as he did not vote on the no-trust motion against Imran.
In his address, Imran called CEC Sikandar Sultan Raja a "planted agent" of PML-N and demanded his resignation.
Says once consensus results are out on Dec 31, new delimitations will have to be done, which will take at least four more months.
Protesters condemn what they claim is the biased conduct of Chief Election Commissioner Sikandar Sultan Raja.
Anwar Mansoor Khan questions ECP's ability to rule on the case since it is incomplete after two of its members retired in 2019.
Qasim Suri resigns as deputy speaker less than an hour before NA session was scheduled to begin.
Elections due on June 26 in 14 districts of Sukkur, Larkana, Shaheed Benazirabad and Mirpurkhas; results on June 30.
Nomination papers accepted; election for new leader of the house scheduled for Monday at 2pm.
Imran becomes first PM to be ousted through no-trust vote; new PM to be elected on Monday.
Requests President Dr Arif Alvi to schedule meetings for further deliberations on holding elections.
Bilawal says united opposition is not leaving parliament, their lawyers are on the way to the Supreme Court.
Shehbaz claims deputy speaker "broke the law"; Bilawal says the opposition "won" today.
With MQM-P no more an ally, PM Imran to lose majority in NA if situation remains the same till voting on no-trust resolution.
Resolution accepted for voting after 161 lawmakers stood up in favour of it.