With the opposition no-confidence motion the government began preparations to retaliate

The government has started backdoor talks with the Baloch party in the PDM. Sources
With the opposition no-confidence motion the government began preparations to retaliate


ISLAMABAD – The government has also started preparations to respond to the announcement of a no-confidence motion against the Speaker National Assembly by the opposition this month. According to details, media sources said that the government has started preparations to retaliate against the claims of no-confidence motion of the opposition. In the first phase, the government has started backdoor talks with the Baloch party in the PDM.

The media report said that the Baloch party with four MNAs in the National Assembly had been an ally of the first government. The government leader said that apart from this, backdoor contacts are also being maintained with the opposition leaders of the government and the talks of 5 opposition members with the government have also entered the final stages. Besides, angry MNAs of PTI are also being appeased.

On the other hand, the government leader said that we are preparing but we are confident that the opposition cannot bring distrust, the allies are also with us and if the opposition makes a political mistake then it will be defeated. It should be noted that the three-stage no-confidence motion plan of the opposition came to light. Sources said that the opposition decided to bring a no-confidence motion against the Speaker of the National Assembly later this month.

Media sources said that preparations are being made by the opposition to bring a no-confidence motion, which will be initiated by the Speaker of the National Assembly Asad Qaiser. After the Speaker National Assembly Asad Qaiser, a no-confidence motion will be moved against Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Bazdar, and a no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan will be brought to the final stage.

Media sources said that contacts were being made between the opposition parties for speedy completion of homework in connection with the no-confidence motion. According to sources, contacts would also be made with government allies for the no-confidence motion. The decision of immediate no-confidence was taken in a meeting between PPP co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari and PML-N leader Mian Shahbaz Sharif

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