By News Desk
SUKKUR / ISLAMABAD: Chairman of the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) Maulana Fazlur Rehman said that Imran Khan who has been doing the horse trade should not throw himself into them.
Speaking to JUI-F workers, he said, “Movement is movement and does not need to get results.” He said, “We accept and stay with employees who are protesting in Islamabad.”
He said that the NAB was only a tool to victimize the opposition. “There is more corruption now than in the past and now there is a voice of accountability from within the government party.” He said that all state institutions are servants of the people, so the institutions must carry out their responsibilities within the parameters of the constitution.
He said that nothing could save the inefficient PM as his countdown had already started. He said the coming days for the PTI government were very important because PDM would repatriate them and every PDM worker had to get ready to move to Islamabad.
He said they were going to Islamabad to bring about a revolution. He said they had decided to reach Islamabad by breaking all government barriers. He said that Tsunami Khan was on TV issuing threats against PDM and the nation.
He said that the people’s Tsunami would completely wipe out Imran and his cronies.
Meanwhile, Pakistan People’s Party Information Center Secretary and former NA deputy chairman Faisal Karim Kundi demanded the resignation of Chairman Asad Qaisar until the video leak investigation is complete. He attributed the release of the video to what he calls court pressure.
Speaking at a press conference in Karachi, the PPP leader said that if the prime minister was honest, he should ask for the resignations of Pervez Khattak and Asar Qaisar. He demanded a judicial inquiry into the video leak and also called for the formation of a parliamentary committee on the matter.
He said PTI was still bribing its MPs and the prime minister paid Rs500 million in bribes to MPs. He urged the Supreme Court to take action, alleging that the KPU was too compliant to take any action. Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) spokesman Marriyum Aurangzeb said Prime Minister Imran Khan had hidden videos of lawmakers receiving money in the 2018 Senate elections for two and a half years.
Speaking to media in Lahore, he asked why the prime minister didn’t see law minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in the video and how Chaudhry Sarwar received 45 votes when he only had 34 in total.
Marriyum Aurangzeb says videos like this will also emerge from Punjab. Members are bought in KP. The entire nation witnessed a world record corruption on Tuesday. The video was released one day before the Supreme Court hearing.
Imran Khan will be jailed if it’s Riyasat-e-Madina. He calls others a thief but himself is the king of thieves.
Meanwhile, PML-N Punjab spokesperson Azma Bukhari said that “give yourself a bag of notes, make a video of yourself and then start propaganda. This is the new Pakistan. “
Imran Khan has brought open voting rules to his members only, said Azma, adding that people would not vote for shooters in Senate elections. He said that no conscientious PTI member would vote for mafia Qabza Shehzad Akbar and LNG thief Nadeem Babar. He said Imran Khan had emerged as the culprit of all the looters who plundered national wealth.
Meanwhile, briefing media people after the party’s executive board meeting, ANP Center Senior Vice President Ameer Haider Khan Hoti said that the prime minister is not serious about using open ballots in Senate elections.
“He will bring up such a bill before the election of Senate chairman and deputy chairman because he himself claims he is aware of the sale of some of his members’ votes in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Assembly,” said the ANP leader. “If the elected prime minister is aware of the sale of votes by his law minister, why would he allow him to serve for more than two years in the provincial cabinet?” she asked.
He added that several PTI MPAs had claimed to receive money on the orders of then chief minister Pervez Khattak and provincial assembly chairman Asad Qaiser at the Chairman’s House.
He demanded that an impartial investigation be carried out into the matter of selling and buying votes and that all those involved in the horse trade should be exposed to the public.
Meanwhile, National Assembly chairman Asad Qaiser on Wednesday clarified that the video of the horse trade was not shot at the Peshawar Chair’s House.
Asad Qaiser in a tweet distanced himself from a video that allegedly showed Pakistan’s PTI lawmaker receiving money.
The speaker further said that in 2018 Prime Minister Imran Khan had informed him of several PTI MPAs selling their votes for money and the entire party was supporting action against MPs who were involved in the controversy.
Such statements are only an attempt to ward off the real problem, he said.
Meanwhile, PTI Senator Fida Mohammad Khan announced he would file a libel suit against former PTI MPA Obaidullah Mayar over the charges against him. He said that 20 members were expelled from the party and Obaidullah Mayar was one of them. The horse trade is very dangerous for democracy, which is why Prime Minister Imran Khan wants to end it. He said that the accusations made by Obaidullah Mayar were ridiculous, baseless and full of lies. “It is very easy to make false accusations in Pakistani politics. If Mayar has evidence against me, let him reveal it, ”he added. Obaidullah Mayar must also inform the nation based on what evidence he was expelled from the party.