PPP to suggest no-trust motions against PM, NA Speaker and Punjab CM in APC

By: News Desk
Published: 10:37 PM, 19 Sep, 2020
PPP to suggest no-trust motions against PM, NA Speaker and Punjab CM in APC
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Pakistan People’s Party has finalised its proposals to be presented during the All Parties Conference to be held on Sunday in Islamabad.

The PPP finalized all the proposals during a counselling meeting under the chair of PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari.

According to the sources, the PPP has decided to propose the APC to bring no-trust motions against Prime Minister Imran Khan, Speaker National Assembly Asad Qaiser and Punjab Chief Minister Usman Buzdar.

The PPP is the host of the APC that would also be addressed by the former prime minister Nawaz Sharif and will be held at Marriot Hotel, Islamabad.

PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto Saturday remained busy in holding meetings with other opposition parties’ leaders including JUI-F president Fazlur Rehman to extend an invite to the APC and also discussed agenda and working of the APC.

As PM Khan and CM Buzdar are prime targets of the Opposition, it also has grievances against NA Speaker who, according to them, cornered the Opposition during the joint sitting of the Parliament in which the government was successful in getting passed all the FATF-related bills.

According to sources, the PPP leadership will try to convince and muster the support of other political parties for bringing the no-trust motions in the National and Punjab assemblies.

The sources said, if the other parties supported this suggestion during the APC, the PP then will suggest the formulation a committee in line with the Rahber Committee.

If all the parties agree to form such a committee, then it would be suggested to give a full mandate to this committee to make decisions regarding the no-trust motions and would also suggest a line of action to give the PTI government a tough time.

The sources said that the committee will also prepare recommendations to decide that on what front the joint opposition will start a movement against the government.

Categories : Pakistan, National