Threat to coalition government
When Imran lost his seat last year, Pakistan People’s League-Nawaz (PML-N), Pakistan People’s Party (PPP), Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) and Muttahida Qaumi Movement Pakistan (MQM-P) jointly elected Shehbaz as PM. In this way a coalition government took the lead in the country. All the three parties are currently trying to pacify the MQM-P.
PPP leader Asif Ali Zardari, PDM Maulana Fazal-ur-Rehman and PM Shahbaz have assured the MQM-P that the party’s concerns will be addressed at any cost. But the threat of MQM has shown a hope to Imran. After the political developments happening in the country, Imran gave an interview to a private channel. He said, ‘PTI has gone through this test and it has passed this test. Now it is Shahbaz’s turn.
Imran gave the example of Punjab
Imran was referring to the recent political developments in the Provincial Assembly of Punjab. Punjab Chief Minister Parvez Elahi has recently won the trust vote in the provincial assembly. Imran said that his party has full votes in Punjab. He said that Moonis Elahi worked hard and at the last moment the PML-Q succeeded in getting the required numbers.
denial of fraud
During this, Imran denied all the allegations which were related to fraud. Imran said that the PDM will always stick to the politics of ‘cheal-manga’. Imran said that the country has changed and no one wants to feel it. According to Imran, this is the first time in the history of the country when Punjab stood against the government in July 2022. In the by-elections held in July 2022, Imran’s party got a big victory. Imran has said that these by-elections have completely changed the politics of the country.
Imran’s party PTI has decided that it will bring a no-confidence motion against PM Shehbaz in the National Assembly. This decision was taken recently in a meeting of the central leadership of the party. Imran Khan was presiding over this meeting. During the meeting, Imran has approved the strategy under which the central government may face many difficulties.