Opp demands PM Imran resign over his allies, members mistrust
The opposition parties in the parliament reacting over postponing the scheduled joint session on Wednesday urged Prime Minister Imran Khan to tender his resign after mistrust of his party member and allied parties on him regarding the new legislation.
According to the 24news HD TV channel, the Opposition Leader in the National Assembly Shehbaz Sharif termed the postponing the joint session of the parliament was one another U-turn of the PM.
He said calling the joint session in haste and then postponing it in hurry had shown the non-seriousness of the government and it had made the legislation a child’s play.
Shehbaz said that yesterday defeat in National Assembly had forced the government to postpone the joint meeting. He also said that the government was getting an escape to face the music from the opposition.
Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) Spokesperson Maryam Aurangzeb said Fawad Chaudhry should speak the truth that the numbers were not complete, and the government allies were also not ready to vote so they postponed the session.
She also asked the federal minister that it was time for him to jump off the government’s sinking boat.
Parliamentarian of the Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam Fazl (JUI-F) Shahida Akhtar Ali reacting on the matter said the government postponed the joint meeting for fear of defeat.
She said the opposition would also defeat the government in the next session on it unconstitutional laws. She said the opposition would show more unity against the black laws than before.
The JUI member in National Assembly also said that they would not allow the incompetent government to run away for long and PM Imran would also not be allowed to take NRO for himself.