Thursday, February 2, 2023

PML-N plans 2 million people on Shahra-e-Dustur on no-confidence day

On the day of the vote of no confidence in the government, Ahsan Iqbal, Secretary General of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) and a member of the National Assembly, called a gathering of 2 million people on Shahra-e-Dustur.

The declaration was made at a press conference held in Islamabad following the passage of the no-confidence resolution. Further, he asserted that the vote of no confidence in the government is not a movement for political change, but rather a movement of the people of Pakistan.

According to Ahsan Iqbal’s statement, all of Pakistan’s political and democratic forces are unified on a single platform, and they are united in their determination to oust the incumbent administration in order to safeguard the country’s Constitution and the interests of its citizens.

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There has been a dramatic decline in the amount of foreign investment in the country. Having suffered four years of economic stagnation, Pakistan is now portraying itself to the world community as a country with a failing economy, said Iqbal.

In particular, it was stated in his declaration that Imran Niazi had secured loans in the amount of Rs 20,000 billion, and that all of the loans had been used to close the gap, said Iqbal.

Ahsan Iqbal, Secretary General of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), said “this government has been embroiled in issues on a scale that has never previously been seen in the history of Pakistan.”

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