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Opposition leaders warn NA speaker to be sensible and refrain from breaking constitution

Opposition leaders warn NA speaker to be sensible and refrain from breaking constitution
March 19, 2022 Web Desk

ISLAMABAD (92 News) - The opposition leaders have warned National Assembly Speaker Asad Qaisar to be sensible and refrain from breaking the constitution.

Talking to the media after a meeting on Saturday, they gave the government a deadline till Monday to present the no-confidence motion. "An effort is being made in the country to deteriorate the conditions. The attack on Sindh House is in fact an attack on Pakistan. We will take the incompetent and illegal rulers to their logical end," they declared.

Opposition Leader in the National Assembly Shehbaz Sharif said that they had tolerated the prime minister, who is product of rigging, for the growth of democracy. "Imran Khan trampled democracy. His allies have slapped on his face. The allies say they cannot go to their constituencies," he declared.

He questioned that whether Imran Khan forgotten the horse-trading in the Senate election. "The persons accusing the opposition leaders of horse-trading should look into their collar," he added.

He asked the administration not to create any hurdle in their legal and constitutional way.

PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto said that he would greet the nation as Imran Khan had lost a majority in the House. "The attack on the Sindh House has exposed his mentality."

He threatened to stage a sit-in in Parliament if Speaker Asad Qaisar did not proceed with the session.

Maulana Fazalur Rehman said that the world will see the humiliation and disgrace with which Imran Khan will return home. "Imran Khan would have not used such cheap language had he some gentleness. We have not been taught the politics of calling names in our houses. Imran Khan taught the nation the politics of calling names. We have won this battle," he declared.