Asif Zardari and Bilawal Bhutto decided to oust Niazi, Bilawal Bhutto had said resign, break assembly and fight us, Sindh Information Minister Saeed Ghani Kaban
Karachi – The decision to remove Imran Khan from power was taken on January 5 in Lahore, Asif Zardari, and Bilawal Bhutto decided to oust Niazi, Bilawal Bhutto had said to resign, Assembly Sindh Information Minister Saeed Ghani statement.
According to details, Sindh Information and Labor Minister Saeed Ghani have said that the decision to remove Imran Khan from power was taken on January 5 in Lahore.
In a statement, Saeed Ghani said that the decision to expel Imran Khan was taken at a joint meeting of the PPP Central Executive Committee and the Federal Nation. He said that Asif Zardari and Bilawal Bhutto decided to oust Niazi. Resign, break the assembly and fight us.
Saeed Ghani said that Bilawal Bhutto had announced a no-confidence motion on February 27. Incompetent Niazi did not understand the words of Chairman PPP.
On the other hand, former Information Minister and PTI leader Fawad Chaudhry have said that at the behest of Imran Khan, 125 members of the Assembly resigned in the face of the imported government.
In a statement issued on Twitter, Fawad Chaudhry said that some time ago Maryam Nawaz told MNAs to hit the resignation on the face of the speaker and both of them told Maryam Bibi not to think like this even in jest.
He said that today 125 members of the Assembly resigned at the behest of Imran Khan at the behest of the imported government, this is an unprecedented demonstration of extraordinary control and popularity.
That I have accepted the resignations of 123 members of PTI as Acting Speaker. In this regard, the former Information Minister Farrukh Habib while confirming said that the National Assembly Secretariat has issued a notification. Have been
He said on Twitter that he had gotten the acquiescence of 125 PTI individuals, every one of whom presented their renunciations with the exception of Muhammad Nawaz of NA-12 and Jawad Hussain of NA-47.