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Rana Sanaullah says in-house change is PML-N’s passion

Rana Sanaullah says in-house change is PML-N’s passion
January 12, 2020
FAISALABAD (92 News) – Pakistan Muslim League-N leader Rana Sanaullah has said that try to put force for in-house change is his party’s passion on Sunday. Speaking to the journalists in Faisalabad, the former law minister said that it looks like the government can go home within six months. He also termed that Prime Minister Imran Khan’s task of persuading Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P) would be pointless. Rana Sanaullah also said that support of the Army Act was decision of party and the decision was taken for the sake of country’s institution. “Keep in mind that a lot of things can come out from Special Assistant Firdous Ashiq Awan’s purse. My source told that any attack can be happened with me,” he claimed. The former minister maintained that the sooner the PTI quit government, it would be better for the country. “The majority of PPP and PML-N are the same,” he added. Rana Sanaullah said that the masses were suffering due to inflation and the current government snatched away two meals from the people. “The government’s obligation to provide relief but they are pushed down the people,” he said. Earlier, MQM-P Convener Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui has announced to leave the federal cabinet. The announcement was made in a press conference held by the party in Karachi. Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui said that he was resigning from his post as minister for information technology. “We had supported [PTI] in forming the government. We are not taking back our cooperation,” he added. “We had promised the government that we would help in forming the government and we have fulfilled the promise. None of our promises were fulfilled,” Khalid Maqbool maintained. “It is becoming increasingly difficult for me to remain a part of the federal cabinet. My sitting in Cabinet has been raising questions,” he added. To a question about the proposal of ministries by Pakistan Peoples Party Chairman (PPP) Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, Siddiqui said Bilawal Bhutto has no link with his announcement and decision. “This has nothing to do with PPP’s offer,” he added. To another question regarding ending the alliance with the government, the MQM-P convener said, “We did not ask for the law ministry neither did we propose Farogh Naseem’s name. The two names that we had proposed for the ministry did not include Farogh Naseem’s name. The government had selected his Farogh Naseem name on its own.”