United Opposition decides to mistrust Prime Minister Speaker and Chief Minister in stages

This month a no-confidence motion will be brought against the Speaker National Assembly, then after the Chief Minister of Punjab, the Prime Minister will be distrusted. Sources
United Opposition decides to mistrust Prime Minister Speaker and Chief Minister in stages


ISLAMABAD – Opposition parties have decided to bring a no-confidence motion against the Prime Minister, Speaker, and Chief Minister in a phased manner. Will be trusted According to ARY News, preparations are being made to bring a no-confidence motion between PML-N President Shahbaz Sharif and former President Asif Ali Zardari this month.

It has been reported that the opposition parties will first hold a no-confidence motion against the Speaker of the National Assembly Asad Qaiser this month, then a no-confidence motion against Punjab Chief Minister Usman Bazdar, after which a no-confidence motion will be filed against Prime Minister Imran Khan. Will

It may be recalled that the political contacts of the opposition have intensified for the anti-government no-confidence motion. According to Dunya News, there have been backdoor contacts between PML-N and PML-Q. Chaudhry Shujaat’s well-being has been discovered.

Shahbaz Sharif is likely to meet the Chaudhry brothers in the next two days. A meeting between the leaders of the two parties is likely to be held on Thursday. Shahbaz Sharif will before long visit Chaudhry Shujaat at his home. On the other hand, the leadership of MQM Pakistan met the PML-N leadership Shahbaz Sharif in Lahore yesterday, in which the no-confidence motion was also discussed.

Yesterday, the senior vice president of PML-N, former prime minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, while talking to Hum News, said that the people are not ready to vote for PTI. No mistrust is being discussed, a final decision has not been taken yet, consultations are underway. 20 to 22 MNAs of PTI will support us in the no-confidence motion.

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