Punjab government is going nowhere: Tarar
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PML-N leader Ataullah Tarar Wednesday dismissed the debate regarding the Punjab government's purportedly impending departure as "baseless rumours", reported 24NewsHD TV channel.
"Those making such claims will have to prove everything," he said while addressing a media conference.
He quoted the PTI lawyer as telling the ECP during a hearing that the party had asked its legislators in a meeting on April 1 to vote for Pervez Elahi. "In response, our lawyer asked for the written affidavit from Imran that the meeting in question actually took place."
Tarar said the meeting record could have been verified from CCTV footage, but said no such evidence was available. He said the PTI later retracted its statement and instead said it was a parliamentary meeting wherein such directions were issued.
"The case is open and shut and we are not worried about it," Tarar said as he insisted the current Punjab government will continue as it was in "majority".