In Pakistan, the National Assembly Speaker Asad Qaiser has called a meeting of the Lower House in the parliament in Islamabad on March 25 to vote on the motion to no-trust Imran Khan, the Prime Minister of Pakistan.
In Pakistan, the National Assembly Speaker Asad Qaiser has called a session in the Lower House in the Parliament of Islamabad on March 25 to vote on the motion to no-trust Imran Khan, the Prime Minister of Pakistan.
“Pakistan’s National Assembly Speaker Asad Qaiser has summoned a session of the Lower House at the Parliament House in Islamabad on Friday at 11 a.m,” Radio Pakistan reported on Sunday.
The management of Pakistan opposition parties has requested their lawmakers to remain in Islamabad to ensure they are present at the National Assembly session ahead of the vote for the motion to no-trust against prime minister Imran Khan.
According to opposition leaders, they believe that the Speaker of the lower house of parliament could call the assembly session and also directed lawmakers of their party to remain in Islamabad, ARY News reported.
The opposition parties in Pakistan are shedding mutual hate to get rid of Imran Khan after filing the no-trust motion to the National Assembly secretariat on March 8.
Although the Imran Khan government has displayed confidence to defeat the trust motion, The Opposition is confident that they will be able to oust Khan.
The previous day, Pakistan opposition leader Shahbaz Sharif attacked National Assembly Speaker Asad Qaiser for supporting Imran Khan, the prime minister, and said that the latter must “come to his senses.”
In a press conference together with Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman and Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari Sharif, who is PML-N’s President was critical of Speaker, declaring, “Don’t let democracy derail, otherwise neither history nor the people of Pakistan would forgive you,” said The News International.
Sharif was also critical of the attack on the Sindh House, saying, “Whatever happened at the Sindh House was not a trivial matter.” Sharif said that the incident was not only about the security of Sindh but also was an attack on Pakistan.
In the past, when opposition parties have resisted the government Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government’s offer to withdraw the no-trust motion against the Prime Minister. However, the opposition has stated that the resolution can only be canceled if the Prime Minister announces his resignation, according to local media.
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