Friday, May 20, 2022

Imran Khan says Govt will not fall down due to No-trust move

Prime Minister Imran Khan stated on Tuesday that the ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) administration will not fall down and that the opposition’s no-trust move against him will be defeated in the coming weeks.

He made this statement while speaking to journalists from the digital media in Islamabad.

“It will be the opposition’s last effort, and they will face loss,” Prime Minister Imran Khan said today in response to a no-trust move brought by the unified opposition against the prime minister in the National Assembly.


He said that many foreign interests are financing opposition groups, and he stated that his government has devised a strategy to resist any and all attempts by the opposition to gain power.

In a statement, Prime Minister Imran Khan said that opposition parties had offered Rs180 million to government lawmakers and that he had instructed lawmakers to accept the money and distribute it among the underprivileged.

When asked about the Jahangir Tareen group, the premier stated that he is extremely familiar with Tareen and that the unhappy PTI leader would never support “corrupt” political leaders in the future. Imran Khan went on to say that the Pakistani Army is completely behind the country.

Seizing the opportunity to criticize the opposition, he declared that no matter how hard they tried to bring down his government, he would overcome the “coterie of crooks and criminals.”

During his speech, he underlined that no NRO will be handed to corrupt officials, confirming his resolve to continue his fight against the corrupt mafia.

It is crucial to highlight here that the combined opposition on Tuesday presented a no-trust move against Prime Minister Imran Khan to the National Assembly secretariat, which was received today by the Speaker of the National Assembly.

Read Also: Opposition parties reached the NA Secretariat to file a no-confidence motion

According to knowledgeable sources, the opposition has also filed a requisition notice with the lower house of Parliament, requesting that the no-trust motion be brought before the parliament.

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