Coalition government will complete term, says PDM president

By: News Desk
Published: 09:35 PM, 28 Jul, 2022
Coalition government will complete term, says PDM president
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Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) President Fazlur Rehman has said the coalition government led by Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) will complete its term, 24NewsHD TV channel reported Thursday.

Briefing the media, the JUI chief raised the demand for issuing the verdict in the foreign funding case against former prime minister Imran Khan immediately.

Flanked by PML-N VP Maryam Nawaz and other PDM members, Fazl flayed Imran Khan for doing the politics of lies and deception.

He said the PDM in one of its resolutions demanded the federal government send a presidential reference to the apex court to constitute a full court for the interpretation of Article 63-A of the Constitution.

He said in another resolution, the alliance demanded the Election Commission of Pakistan immediately announce its verdict on the funding case of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI).  The JUI chief said Imran Khan's mess is difficult to clean in one year and his party strength is just fake social media accounts 

State organs cannot go for interference, he said, adding that the decision of Article 63A case created a crisis. It has been proved that PTI has hidden its accounts and the delay in the foreign funding case shows the weakness of institutions, the PDM head stressed.

Maryam said the blue-eyed was protected and the mistake was admitted in the verdict in the Punjab CM election case.

The full court's demand was rejected because of a unilateral decision and a thief was made honest and trustworthy.

She went on: "Such judgments are contempt of court from within the court. If you want to lock the parliament … go ahead … we will not accept such decisions,”

Chaudhry Parvez will always be called the judicial chief minister. There is only one thing safe in Pakistan and that is the decision of the funding case. A sit-in will be staged at the Election Commission office if the decision is delayed.