Will resign if found issue with even a single vote, says NA speaker
ISLAMABAD (92 News) - Strongly rejecting the opposition’s allegations about the number of votes secured by PM Imran Khan in the vote of confidence, National Assembly Speaker Asad Qaiser said that he would resign if it is proven that there was some issue with even a single vote.
Speaking to the journalists, Asad Qaiser stressed that politicians have to promote democratic norms and should not lose the moral ground. He also said he will approach every Senator for support in Senate Chairman polls.
While stressing on independence of media, the NA speaker said that free press is the basic requirement for democracy and assured to provide necessary facilities to journalists.
On the occasions, Senate Chairman Sadiq Sanjrani has said that he will approach every political party as part of his election campaign for reelection to the seat of Chairman of the Upper House.
He said whosoever wins the elections of the Chairman Senate, our main focus should remain on strengthening the parliament and democracy.