Imran Khan hints at PTI's return to National Assembly
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Former premier Imran Khan has said a plan has been made to oust PM Shehbaz from the PMO, 24NewsHD TV Channel reported on Monday.
“Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz MNAs are in touch, Imran said while talking to senior journalists. “We will test them before letting them join us.”
He said he might return to the National Assembly as a caretaker.
“The Bajwa doctrine is still functional,” he said.
The main reason for PTI's defeat in Karachi is the weakness of the organization and the rigging of the ruling party
However, he claimed that the PDM leaders are very much upset, saying: “Ishaq Dar was supposed to increase petrol but did not.”
“The future of PML-Q is with the PTI. The PML-Q will win the poll if it contests with a bat election symbol.
Reports suggest that Imran Khan approved the strategy of giving a ‘tough time’ to the ruling coalition.
Imran Khan okayed the plan asking PM Shehbaz to seek a vote of confidence.
A couple of days ago, the MQM-P threatened to quit the coalition government.
Also, Imran Khan ordered the party to start the process of approval of tickets for general elections and sought names of strong candidates