Fawad Ch mocks at Maulana Fazl’s no-trust statement

By: 24 News
Published: 04:20 PM, 5 Mar, 2022
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Ridiculing Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) President Maulana Fazlur Rehman’s statement on the no-trust motion the opposition parties plan to bring against the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) government in the National Assembly (NA), Federal Minister for Information and Broadcasting Fawad Chaudhry said on Saturday that Maulana had said that there would be a major development on this front within 48 hours; however three days had passed and nothing had happened, reported 24NewsHD TV channel.  

Addressing a press conference alongside other PTI leaders in Lahore, he said if one looked at PDM president’s face, he would notice that it had turned pale owing to opposition’s failure to achieve any breakthrough in this connection. 

The minister said that the no-confidence motion was akin to a child who had gone missing. 

Fawad further said that the government would welcome Pakistan Peoples Party’s (PPP) long march in Rawalpindi. “The only thing that we want is that the PPP leaders and workers reach the city after the first Test between Pakistan and Australia currently underway at Pindi Cricket Stadium drew to a close. “After all, it is after 24 long years that Aussies are touring Pakistan,” he added. 

He said that Imran Khan was not only the prime minister of Pakistan, but also the leader of Muslim Ummah.  

He said it was after a long time that the Organisation of Islamic Conference’s (OIC) meeting was going to be held in Islamabad. 

“And it would also be a unique occasion in the sense that the meeting will commence on March 22, a day before March 23 (Pakistan Day), and leaders of all the Islamic countries would be present in Pakistan on the big day,” the information minister added.   

Speaking on the occasion, Federal Minister for Education Shafqat Mehmood said that the opposition parties were offering money to PTI and allied parties’ members of the National Assembly in lieu of switching of their loyalties.