“Matters [relating to the political struggle between the government and the opposition] should not be pushed further,” said Federal Interior Minister Sheikh Rasheed.
Rasheed’s remark comes as the country’s political temperature increases ahead of a vote on the Opposition’s no-confidence motion to unseat Prime Minister Imran Khan.
Rasheed told journalists that the Opposition will “lose against the government in the ongoing political struggle” on March 21.
Announcing his intention to build a technocrat administration, he went on to target PML-N President Shahbaz Sharif.
Rasheed also stated he has been “enjoying” his ministry for three years and that he will make an announcement on March 25.
Rasheed added that MNAs might vote for or against the government and “nothing will be impossible in the National Assembly.”
The minister said he stands “like a rock” alongside Imran Khan and hopes all allies support the government on the day of the no-confidence motion.