The government has decided to continue the no-confidence motion meeting on Saturday and Sunday

Meeting on no-confidence motion against PM Imran Khan will continue till April 3, consultative meeting chaired by Speaker National Assembly Asad Qaiser
The government has decided to continue the no-confidence motion meeting on Saturday and Sunday


ISLAMABAD – The government has decided to continue the meeting on the no-confidence motion on Saturday and Sunday. The meeting on the no-confidence motion will continue till April 3, according to ARY News. A consultative meeting was held under the chairmanship of Assembly Asad Qaiser.

The meeting decided to continue the no-confidence motion meeting on Saturday and Sunday. It was informed that the meeting on the no-confidence motion would be continued till April 3. Legal Adviser Babar Awan said that the House of Justice is the Supreme Court and it is proposed to put a letter before the Chief Justice. 

He said that the last 5 overs will start after March 31. Government MPs will not go on the day of voting. If any member goes, the parliamentary leader can disqualify him. On the day of voting, everyone will know who is who. Was with

He alleged that a large amount of foreign money was being used, deviant members were being lured that the disqualification would be temporary, PDM leaders would have no place to hide. 

Legal Adviser Babar Awan also attended the consultative meeting chaired by Speaker of National Assembly Asad Qaiser. Legal Adviser Babar Awan said that the House of Justice is the Supreme Court and it is proposed to put a letter before the Chief Justice.

He said that the last 5 overs will start after March 31. Government MPs will not go on the day of voting. If any member goes, the parliamentary leader can disqualify him. 

On the day of voting, everyone will know who is who. Was with He alleged that a large amount of outside money was being used, deviant members were being lured that the disqualification would be temporary, PDM leaders would have no place to hide.

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