According to Article 95(1) of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, all members of the National Assembly-MNAs have the right to vote on a motion asking for a vote of no confidence in the prime minister. According to Mr. Sharif, it is your constitutional and legal obligation and responsibility to provide them safety and security when they come in the National Assembly to vote on the motion.
The National Assembly will meet on Sunday at 11:30 a.m. to vote on the aforementioned resolution, which is expected to pass.
Regarding PM Imran Khan’s media conference on March 29, during which he claimed that PTI supporters would gather in their thousands outside Parliament on election day, opposition leader Shahbaz Sharif stated in his letter that any such gathering would be a flagrant violation of the March 18 order of the additional district magistrate prohibiting gatherings of five or more people inside the Red Zone under Section 144 of the Pakistan Elections Act of 1971, which prohibits gatherings of five or more people outside the Red Zone.
A meeting of this kind, according to the letter, would drive other political parties to dispatch their own supporters in self-defense, culminating in death and mayhem for everyone in attendance.
Syed Shehbaz Sharif has urged the capital administration to uphold the law and ensure the safe passage of Members of Parliament to and from the National Assembly. He also stated that security measures must be failsafe because no neglect or justification for poor preparation will be tolerated, as was the case in Sindh House, he said.
PDM Delegation Meeting with ISL Chief Commissioner
While in Islamabad, the PDM delegation met with Chief Commissioner Amer Ali Ahmed to discuss a variety of issues, including the security of Members of Parliament-MNAs, according to sources in the capital administration.
Media has learned from unnamed officials in the capital’s administration and police that the current political climate has placed prominent opposition leaders, such as those from the PML-N, PPP, and JUI-F, as well as dissident PTI members and lawmakers from the former coalition partners, in serious danger. They agreed to speak on the condition of anonymity.
They claim that the safety of the PTI is under peril, especially after a plea was sent to PTI activists and members to gather in Islamabad on Sunday, the day of the no-confidence vote.
According to officials, an estimated 5,000 people have been called in to maintain peace in the capital and protect lawmakers and sensitive facilities in the Red Zone. They also stated that the PDM had asked their supporters to travel to Islamabad on Sunday in anticipation of a possible physical confrontation.
According to the officers, intelligence acquired from a number of sources suggested that the PTI dissidents were in grave risk of being killed.
Security has been beefed up at the Parliament Lodges, which comprise a hotel and a few buildings, including the Sindh House, where members from opposition parties and PTI dissidents, as well as MPs from former government partners, were residing.
Margalla Road will be the only road available on Sunday, according to the authorities, who also indicated that containers would be placed at the Red Zone’s entrance points by Saturday night.
Leaked Audio of KPK CM
A leaked audio recording purportedly belonging to Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Mahmood Khan was heard instructing his party members to stage protests and carry photographs of parliamentarians who had switched sides in order to support the no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Khan, according to dissident PTI MNA Noor Alam Khan, who made the accusation on Friday.
An audiotape allegedly released by a government official claims that the Punjab chief minister ordered his cabinet and MPA colleagues to organise protests around the state after Friday prayers to express support for Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the United States.
In a voice message, the chief minister informs cabinet colleagues and members of Parliament that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has contacted him to direct ministers and members of Parliament in their districts to stage protests against MNAs who have left the party.
In order to commemorate the party’s victory in the second round of local government elections, he advised supporters to sing slogans against the traitors (MNAs) who had sold themselves out, find their photographs, and raise anti-American cries against America.
Following the chief minister’s message, cabinet members and members of Parliament-MPs, as well as party workers, staged rallies in which dissident MNAs were attacked and an American flag and an effigy of Vice President Joe Biden were set on fire.
Protests over the letter threatening Prime Minister Khan were held in cities around the country as well as online.
Although Chief Minister Mahmood Khan claimed ownership of the recorded message in an interview with the newspaper Dawn, he was eager to stress out that it was about peaceful marches. In accordance with his assertions, he had directed his ministers and party members to stage peaceful demonstrations after Friday prayers.
Noor Alam Khan, a Pakistani Member of Parliament, accused the chief minister of attempting to create an Afghanistan- or Iraq-like situation in Peshawar.
As Noor Alam Khan said in a statement to Dawn, “he is endangering our lives.”
“I’m really contemplating pursuing legal action,” he stated of his decision.