KARACHI – Provincial president for Pakistan People’s Party Nisar Ahmed Khuhro said on Saturday there were only two ways to get rid of the incumbent government which was through a vote of no confidence in parliament or mobilizing the masses.
Khuhro said, now Prime Minister Imran Khan used to incite people to besiege parliament. He rounded up two to three thousand people and claimed the masses were standing by his side, said PPP president Sindh Nisar Khuhro while speaking to media.
He said, “we will continue to remind the current government of how to get to power today so that he realizes how it incites people to build pressure on parliament and is in fact called a fake parliament,” Khuhro said. PPP will keep reminding them until they pack up voluntarily and go home, he said.
Karachi experiences cold and windy weather
The Meteorology Department on Saturday predicted cold or dry and windy weather in the metropolitan city for the next 24 hours. The minimum temperature is expected to remain from 10 to 12 degrees Celsius, with 20 to 30 percent humidity, in Karachi over the next 24 hours.
Cold and dry weather is likely to dominate the province while fog or fog is expected in upper Sindh while fog or mist in Sindh is lower over the next 24 hours.
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