Minister for Information and Broadcasting Fawad Chaudhry accused the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) of orchestrating a campaign against the army.
On Monday, he told the media in Islamabad that the opposition tried to undermine the OIC Conference.
In response, he said, “What is the harm in conducting the NA session on March 25 instead of March 22?” He pointed out that the National Assembly had resolved on January 21 to grant exclusive use of its chamber to the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) Council of Foreign Ministers.
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The minister claimed that the PML-media N’s cell is working to discredit the Army and drive a rift between the two.
However, he stated that Prime Minister Imran Khan and the military forces are the country’s stability. He stated the military supports the administration as required by law.
Illustrating Mulana Fazal ur Rehman’s attempts to get the UN to declare March 15 as a “International Day to combat Islamophobia,” he said the prime minister should be asked what he had done for Islam.
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“This is not the first time Imran Khan has confronted such obstacles… he always manages to come out on top,” he explained. His statement continued by stating that the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf had granted dissident members of the National Assembly a seven-day grace period until the end of the current session.
If they do not return to the PTI, they will be permanently disqualified. He stated the dissidents’ families were ashamed of their actions. He slammed the opposition for its smear campaign against Speaker Asad Qaiser and the Pakistan Army.
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