In the midst of calls for a minus In a “categorical” statement, Imran Khan, the party’s vice-chairman Shah Mahmood Qureshi, declared that there was “no room” for such a move in the party’s constitution.
Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi, in a dig at the PML-N and the PPP, claimed that individuals making such remarks had lost sight of the democratic charter of their country.
Qureshi went on to say that similar calls were made to the PPP and PML-N about their respective leaders, but that both parties refused them.
“These formulas have been utilised, and the people have rejected them,” stated the vice-chairman of the Pakistan People’s Party.
Qureshi went on to say that Imran Khan was the party’s founding chairman and that no one could ever take his place, just as Bilawal Bhutto and Asif Ali Zardari could never take Zulfikar Ali Bhutto’s post.
Imran Khan himself is the man who is credited with planting the tree, according to Qureshi. “Would I be more concerned about the plant than I would be about the guy who planted it?” says Qureshi.
Qureshi went on to say that people used to make fun of Imran Khan, who has since gone on to build four governments.
The MQM-P and the PML-Q, both allies of the PTI, have proposed that Imran Khan be removed from his position as prime minister.