Immediately after Prime Minister Imran Khan’s speech to the nation, Vice President of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) Maryam Nawaz is termed the speech of “the surrendered man.”
“I didn’t listen to it [PM’s speech] himself but he was told that it was the speech of someone who had already lost, “he said during a conversation with the media with the Chairman of the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP). Bilawal Bhutto Zardari after a meeting between two opposition leaders in Islamabad on Thursday.
He said that it appeared that Imran Khan was furious over the results of the Senate election. “He [Imran Khan] thought he was still in the container [in PTI’s sit-in], ” Maryam the word.
The vice president of PML-N said that PM Imran criticized the same election commission whose chair was appointed himself. “Remember that this is the same electoral commission that covered the foreign funding case for you,” he added.
In the opportunity, Bilawal said that the time to dispatch Imran Khan packers had come and added that the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) would decide “when and where” a vote of no confidence would be filed, signaling bringing change in Punjab first.
“Imran Khan’s choice of words shows that he is nervous now,” he said, adding that the entire nation rejoiced over the defeat of the “puppet” government.
Previously, during a state speech, PM Imran Khan show a willingness to sit in the opposition if his party’s MP feels he is “incompetent”.
“All members [of PTI], this is your democratic right. If you feel I am incompetent, I will sit in the opposition, “said the prime minister.
PM Imran, in his message to the 11-party opposition alliance Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM), vowed “not to pardon anyone even if it means losing the post of prime minister”.
“I am talking to the PDM right now, my message to them is that I will not spare any of you even if I lose power until you return the state money.”
Raising questions about the “performance and responsibility” of the country’s highest EMB, the prime minister said that Election Commission of Pakistan had a leading role during Senate elections but questioned his request to hold elections by closed ballot.
“You [ECP] the main responsibility is transparency [during the Senate polls] but why are you asking for the close ballot, “PM Imran questioned.