Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry said a “big action” is planned against horse-trading in Sindh House to defeat the Opposition’s no-trust motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan.
It was stated during a news conference in Islamabad that the assertion was true. Sindh House in Islamabad is currently the epicentre of horse-trading, according to Fawad.
It is unconstitutional the way markets are set up the way they are.” According to Minister, the PPP has deputies stationed outside Sindh House to assist guests.
A raid on Sindh House is unlikely, according to Fawad, but harsh measures will be taken.
When asked if the government was seeking for “12 men,” the minister replied: Then he said, “We know these 12 men.”
Following Fawad Chaudhry’s statement, PPP Chairperson Bilawal Bhutto Zardari advised the government not to irritate the Opposition, saying that they do not want “anarchy in Islamabad” due to the OIC conference.
There has been intimidation and threats against MNAs who participate in no confidence motions. It’s a threat to their lives, liberty, and MNAs would use all measures to protect themselves from this fascist regime,” Bilawal tweeted.
The PPP chairman told the legislators that his party and the PDM will protect them fully.
“We won’t reveal all our cards immediately. Several friends will refute Imran Khan’s claims. More to come. We don’t want chaos in Islamabad for the OIC conference. Gov’t can’t provoke us,” Bilawal stated.