Sadiq Sanjrani to stay Senate chairman: Jahangir Tareen

LODHRAN: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Jahangir Tareen has stated that Sadiq Sanjrani will stay Senate chairman and termed the no-confidence movement by opposition events as political revenge, ARY Information reported on Sunday.

Sadiq Sanjrani is doing a very good job as Senate chairman. The no-confidence movement in opposition to Sanjrani is predicated on political revenge,” he added in an announcement.

The PTI chief stated that a number of members of Pakistan Peoples Social gathering (PP) and Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) additionally take into account no-confidence movement as political revenge.

Jahangir Tareen additionally congratulated the nation over the profitable elections in erstwhile FATA.

It have to be famous that on the request of the Opposition within the Higher Home of the parliament, a session of Senate has been summoned on July 23 (Tuesday).

Learn Extra: Govt to thwart opposition’s bid to oust Senate chairman, PM assures Sanjrani

As per particulars, the session will begin at 3:00 pm on July 23.

Earlier, on July 9, Opposition events had submitted a decision in opposition to Senate Chairman Sadiq Sanjrani to the secretariat of the Higher Home with signatures of 38 opposition members.

The opposition’s Rehbar Committee had nominated Mir Hasil Bizenjo as its candidate for Chairman Senate workplace.

After the Rehbar Committee session Akram Durrani addressing a press convention stated that the opposition events have agreed over the identify of Hasil Bizenjo and members of all opposition events’  will vote for him.

Learn Extra: Opposition nominates Hasil Bizenjo for Senate Chairman workplace

Earlier, Prime Minister Imran Khan had assured Senate chairman Sadiq Sanjrani of the federal government’s help to thwart opposition events’ bid to maneuver a no-confidence movement within the higher home of Parliament to oust him.



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