To frustrate the Opposition’s no-trust move, the PTI political committee decided not to allow Islamabad’s Sindh House to become a horse-trading centre, informed sources said.
A federal minister accused the PPP of utilising Sindh House for nefarious purposes.
For the protection of the “bags of looted wealth #ZardariMafia brought to attempt & bribe our MNAs!”
Soliciting a quick investigation into SSU Sindh DIG Maqsood Memon, the PTI minister wrote to Secretary Establishment.
According to sources, the meeting decided to closely watch the lawmakers and the Sindh House to prevent horse-trading.
Civil intelligence organisations were ordered to constantly monitor parliamentarians’ movements and report daily to the prime.
PM Imran Khan has entrusted Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi and Defence Minister Pervaiz Khattak to woo angry PTI lawmakers, sources say.
The meeting also agreed to call the National Assembly on March 21 and gave the final say to the Premier.
A legal team informed the meeting on calling the NA session to vote on the premier’s no-trust resolution.
The meeting advised the prime minister convene a PTI parliamentary party conference to identify the party’s rebellious and “missing” legislators.