On the request of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), a meeting of the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) has been called on February 11 in Lahore to consider a no-confidence vote and a long march against the government.
The PML-N proposed that the PDM meeting be held in Lahore, with the PML-N serving as host, according to the suggestion made by the party. During the meeting, decisions will be made on a no-confidence resolution against the prime minister as well as a long march against the government.
During the meeting, the PML-N will present decisions made by its Central Executive Committee.
It is important to add here that, according to reliable sources, the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) has devised a strategy to depose the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government.
They stated that the party has chosen to take to the streets in conjunction with a motion of no confidence that the opposition intends to bring against the present administration in Parliament, according to the statement.
According to the sources, the PML-N will finalize its strategy of public protest by tomorrow (Wednesday), and the party has decided to bring a no-confidence vote against Prime Minister Imran Khan first.
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It has already begun contacting opposition groups and allies of the government in order to obtain their cooperation on this matter.
It is worth noting that the PML-N’s Central Executive Committee (CEC) met in Lahore just a few days ago, during which issues like the proposed internal restructuring, the interim leadership structure, and other political issues were discussed.
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif (who was present via video link from London) and party chief Shehbaz Sharif served as co-chairs of the meeting. The meeting was attended by senior members of the party’s leadership.
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According to sources familiar with the situation, the majority of CEC members are opposed to the temporary setup plan, however, the party president Shehbaz Sharif and a few other like-minded members voted in favor of the interim setup plan.