‘Senate poll to pave the way for no-confidence vote against prime minister’ | Instant News

Pakistani People’s Party (PPP) president Sindh Nisar Ahmed Khuhro said on Saturday that after the upcoming Senate elections, passing a vote of no confidence against Prime Minister Imran Khan would be drawn up in the National Assembly.

He said when Pakistani leaders and activists Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) disgruntled from Malir District joined PPP. Khuhro predicts that the ruling PTI will not succeed in upcoming Senate elections like the country’s recent by-election as the PM no longer enjoys the trust of his allies and MPs. He added that PTI’s own people and their allies had become annoyed with the ruling party.

He said the PTI had done nothing but use profanity against their opponents and slander politics. “Their own allies are no longer willing to board the sunken ships of Imran Khan’s rule.”

He said the current government would no longer maintain its existence on the basis of lies and fraud. The President of PPP Sindh was of the view that the PTI government did not provide assistance to the masses. He claimed that those behind the formation of the government no longer supported the incumbent PM after feeling public hatred for PTI rules. People have to suffer from unemployment and rising prices for gasoline, gas and electricity.

Khuhro said people from all over the country wanted to get rid of this government, and a movement had been launched to get rid of the problem under the leadership of PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari. He said that hundreds of thousands of people will start a March 26 march from Sindh to Islamabad to fight the government.


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