Prime Minister Imran Khan will continue to stand by his values because he is a well-known popular figure, according to Asad Umar, the Federal Minister for Planning, Development, and Special Initiatives, who spoke out in response to the controversy surrounding Sindh House.
It was during a news conference in which federal ministers Hammad Azhar and Fawad Chaudhry were present that he asserted that Imran Khan’s politics is being pursued for the welfare of the country rather than for his own personal advantage that he made his remarks.
As an additional point, he added that Prime Minister Khan “never blackmails anyone, nor is he blackmailed in the same manner that other political leaders are”. The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader went on to say that all of the party’s actions and choices will be in accordance with the country’s constitutional framework.
Before the vote on the no-confidence resolution, Imran Khan made it clear that he opposed horse-trading by the opposition, which he reiterated before the vote on the motion.