Buzdar will remain a Punjab CM as long as he has the support of PM Imran, Fawad said | Instant News


Federal Minister for Science and Technology Fawad Chaudhry said that Punjab Chief Minister Usman Buzdar will keep his office as long as he has the trust of Prime Minister Imran Khan.

“If a prime minister has the support of the PM, they will continue to work,” Fawad said while speaking on a TV show.

The minister also said that opposition is not a problem for the ruling government, but the hope that people with Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf have in power is the problem.

“Opposition is not a problem, the problem is that people have a lot of hope from the PTI and people hope that the party will bring big changes in Pakistan and that is a challenge for us,” he said.

The minister explained that the opposition poses no threat because political parties are based on individuals, and added that if one individual is eliminated then the party experiences confusion. He cited the example of the Pakistan-Nawaz Muslim League (PML-N), saying that the party had been without a head since the departure of supremo Nawaz Sharif.

Regarding lunar vision problems, Fawad said that his ministry had formalized a system for lunar vision and sent it to the ministries of legislative affairs for approval; added that the ministry forwarded it to the Islamic Ideology Council (CII) as well.

“Now it is their duty and the cabinet whether they want to force it or not,” he said.

“If people continue to rely on seeing the moon with the naked eye, the state will never be able to determine one or several Eid al-Fitr because it will be different every time and it will continue like this,” he added.

“If you say you want to see it from the naked eye, then the Ruet-e-Hilal Committee must consist of men and women aged 20 to 22 who have vision [is perfect]”The minister said.

Fawad also went on to claim that the month of Hajj was born on Monday night at 10:33 and yesterday was present for “more than 24 hours” but the moon vision committee said they did not see it “because there were clouds in Karachi”.

He further asked that if seeing the moon was “lawful” using old technology, then “why is it unlawful to see it using new technology?”



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