PDM Commitment To Despose Imran Govt
Following the ruling Pakistan Tahrik e Insaf’s big public gathering in Islamabad the day before, the Pakistan Democratic Movement-PDM on Monday reiterated its commitment to depose the Imran government, mentioning that his first wicket of Punjab Chief Minister had already been taken out by the opposition.
PML-N vice president Maryam Nawaz, opposition leader in the Punjab Assembly Hamza Shehbaz, and other leaders addressed the opposition demonstration on the Srinagar Highway after their caravan, which left Lahore on March 26 and arrived in Islamabad’s Sector H-9 two days later, where Jamiat Ulema-i-Islam (Fazl) supporters had set up camp.
Despite warnings from the home minister, it was decided by the participants that they would remain in place until the day the opposition’s no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan was voted on.
Maryam Nawaz Reported
While speaking, Maryam Nawaz said that Prime Minister Khan was depending on the “religious card” to keep his government in power. She said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had sacrificed Punjab’s most significant politician, Chief Minister Usman Buzdar, in order to maintain his political credibility.
Buzdar, the man in whom you had the most faith, was pushed into the river by you in an attempt to save your own reign. We’ve never encountered somebody who was so ungrateful as this individual. She reminded the audience that he had also sacrificed Jehangir Tarin, the head of the Pakistan People’s Party-PPP.
Forged letter By Nawaz to PM
After Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif seemed to provide the PM with a forged letter, which even his own interior minister was unaware of, the PML-N leader said he had presented the document to him that same night.
Ms Nawaz said that it was beyond time to give the prime minister one more push, stating that no one would come to his assistance.
She said that Prime Minister Khan had already lost the confidence of the people, as shown by the fact that the ruling party had lost 15 of the previous 16 by-elections. According to her comments, “he has now lost the backing of both the parliament and the members of his own party.”
From her position on the roof of Prime Minister’s House, Ms. Nawaz contended that the prime minister did not have the power to decide national policy.
She said that 172 Members of Parliament (MNAs) must vote against the no-trust motion.
Hamza Shahbaz Reported
Since Hamza Shehbaz pointed out, Mr Khan’s time in office was limited, as the former prime minister had yet to respond to inquiries about foreign funds that he and his party had received. Mr Khan’s tenure as president was also brief.
If it is discovered that we have collected bribes and commissions from government contracts, we will sincerely apologise to the nation and return to our home country.” Our money, on the other hand, has not been laundered. “It’s past time for you to confront the issues around illegal foreign money,” he urged emphatically.
“If the country’s economy continues to worsen, it is possible that the country’s nuclear programme may be jeopardised as well,” he said. In his words, “If we don’t get rid of Imran today, Allah will come to us and ask us what we’ve done to assist the poor, who have suffered the most as a result of his policies.”
Nayyar Bhukhari Reported
According to Nayyar Bukhari, a leader of the Pakistan People’s Party, no matter what the Supreme Court says, the opposition would be unaffected. He claimed that the prime minister, as required by the constitution, was not the rightful receiver of Usman Buzdar’s resignation letter, but rather the governor of Punjab.
Maulana Fazlur Rehman, the head of the JUI-F, Mian Iftikhar, the leader of the Awami National Party (ANP), Aftab Sherpao, Mehmood Achakzai, and others were in attendance.
addressing the crowd, Mr Iftikhar said that the opposition would continue to battle till the prime minister is ousted from power. Moreover, he said that a return of insurgency and terrorism was being fuelled by the failure to implement the National Action Plan in the country (NAP). He warned that if nothing was done, the provinces of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Balochistan will be rocked by yet another wave of terrorist attacks.
The ejection of Imran Khan from the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) has prompted Mehmood Khan Achakzai, head of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PkMAP), to wonder if the opposition can put the country back on track.
A high-level meeting should be convened, he said, at which officials from the legal system, the military, the media, and other interested parties might vow that each institution would operate within the bounds of its own authority.
It is not acceptable for Shehbaz Sharif, the leader of the Pakistan People’s Party (PML-N), to say there is no rule of law, according to him.
Ansarul Islam, the JUI-security F’s force, was seen at the meeting site, and substantial police contingents were stationed along the highway leading to the venue. An unexpected occurrence in Islamabad was that local officials had refused to provide permission for a sit-in.
Addressing the crowd, PML-N leader Maryam Nawaz said PM Khan was using the ‘religious card’ to save his regime. https://t.co/f3hYzdT6QS
— Dawn.com (@dawn_com) March 29, 2022