PM Imran Khan conditionally offers opposition his resignation
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Prime Minister Imran Khan has conditionally offered the opposition to resign, saying he would resign tomorrow if the opposition should deposits the looted wealth in the national exchequer.
Addressing the federal cabinet on Tuesday, he said that the opposition had neither launched the long march nor succeeded in collecting the people. "January 31 has also passed after December 31. Now they are contesting the Senate election instead of tendering their resignations," he maintained.
He said that there is need for courage and character to give resignations.
The prime minister urged the people to be cautious as coronavirus had not subsided yet.
The prime minister also directed the ministers to attend the sessions of the National Assembly and the Senate. "Democracy will be strengthened by strengthening the parliament," he added.
Earlier, the cabinet was briefed about the projects of Naya Pakistan Housing Authority. It postponed the decision to renew the licence of AHS International Airline.
It also endorsed the decisions taken by the Economic Coordination Committee (ECC) on January 26. It was also briefed about intra-court appeal about the missing persons.
The cabinet approved the operational policy of buses under the Prime Minster Education Reforms Programme.