“Resignation will be accepted in 30 minutes” PM decides not to tolerate any blackmailing or pressure from the opposition

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"Resignation will be accepted in 30 minutes" PM decides not to tolerate any blackmailing or pressure from the opposition
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The opposition played all the cards for NRO, PDM had asked for resignations. Where are the resignations? Opposition parties are now confusing the issue, the Prime Minister said in a meeting with the Speaker of the National Assembly

Prime Minister Imran Khan decided not to tolerate any blackmail or pressure from the opposition. It has been reported that the Speaker of the National Assembly Asad Qaiser had a meeting with Prime Minister Imran Khan in which it was decided that the efforts of the opposition to blackmail and put pressure will not be tolerated at all. Upon confirmation, the resignation will be accepted within 30 minutes. The resignations of the two members will be started from them. In this regard, the Speaker Secretariat also wrote a letter to the members to confirm the resignations. The Prime Minister has also issued clear guidelines to party spokespersons.

According to sources, in a meeting with the Speaker National Assembly, Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that the opposition will not allow pressure on the institutions to blackmail the government, the opposition played all the cards for NRO, PDM There was talk of resignations, where are the resignations, the opposition is now confusing the issue.

It may be mentioned that the government has been given a deadline of January 31 by the Pakistan Democratic Movement to resign. President PDM Maulana Fazlur Rehman said that if the government does not resign, then a long march towards Islamabad should be announced on February 3. PDM members of National and Provincial Assemblies will submit their resignations to party leaders by December 31.

In a joint media briefing after the PDM meeting with Maryam Nawaz, Bilawal Bhutto, and other leaders, the PDM president said that the first thing is that by December 31, the PDM members of the National and Provincial Assemblies have tendered their resignations to their respective party leaders. We want to make it clear to the government that the government should resign by January 31. If it does not resign, then the summit will announce a long march towards Islamabad on February 1.

He said that the PDM parties were being appealed to start preparations for the long march. The meeting was held at Minar-e-Pakistan where the political objectives were announced. For the continuation of these objectives, the PDM leaders issued a unanimous statement The schedule given by the PDM’s steering committee to the provinces for preparations for the long march will also be maintained.

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