Voting on no-confidence motion will be held on Sunday, country's fate will be decided: PM Imran Khan
ISLAMABAD (92 News) - Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that the voting on the no-confidence motion will be held on Sunday and the fate of the country would be decided on that day.
In his address to the nation on Thursday, he declared that he would not resign and no matter which decision is announced. "I will emerge as more stronger."
The prime minister said that the nation would never forgive and forget the conspirators as well as their supporters. "People will always remember those who will be committing any treachery on Sunday."
He said that on March 7, the government received a message from a country through Pakistan’s ambassador there, which said that they would pardon Pakistan’s all misgivings of Imran Khan was ousted. "If happened otherwise, Pakistan will have to face difficulties."
PM Imran Khan said: “I will fight if you think this conspiracy will succeed. Future generations will not forgive them. They should not have any misconceptions. It will make no difference to me as I live in my own house, bear my own expenses, and have no family member in politics.”
The prime minister said that he wants to utter an important word to the nation, especially the youth. "I want to tell the people why I entered politics. There are a few people who achieved successes. I am a lucky man who got everything before entering the politics," he declared.
The prime minister said that he was one of the first generation that was born in the independent country. "The Quaid-e-Azam fought the case of Pakistan during his illness. In the Pakistan Resolution, it has been written that we have to become a welfare state," he maintained.