Prime Minister Imran Khan on Thursday announced he would address the nation on Friday evening after his government faced difficulties following a Supreme Court decision. “My message to our nation is to stay and continue to fight for Pakistan till the last ball,” the prime minister said after the SC decision. Moreover, Prime Minister Imran Khan informed the country that he had convened his cabinet meeting with the party on Friday and would address the nation later in the day. “I have called the cabinet mtg tomorrow and our parliamentary session, and tomorrow evening I will speak to the nation, ”he said on Twitter.
National Assembly on April 9:
Pakistan’s Supreme Court has restored the National Assembly after announcing the government’s decision to dissolve the meeting and the decision of NA Deputy Speaker Qasim Suri against the Constitution. The Supreme Court has ordered the Speaker of the National Assembly, Asad Qasier, to convene a meeting on Saturday (April 9) and not later than 10:30 am to allow a vote of no confidence against the Prime Minister.
Reactions over SC Decision:
Opponents have accepted the SC’s historic mandate. However, representing the PTI, they are not happy with and call the decision “unfortunate” to push the country to continue the “political turmoil.” Information and Law Minister Fawad Chaudhry said a change in government would force Pakistan to start a “struggle since 1940”.
Farrukh Habib in a tweet:
Minister of Information and Broadcasting Farrukh Habib on Twitter said all “thieves” gathered in fear of Imran Khan. Furthermore, “Imran Khan’s narrative has a success, and the opposition will know how people treat those who support the foreign conspiracy in the next election,” he added.
Special Assistant to the Prime Minister of Political Communication Shahbaz Gill on Twitter said the ancestors sacrificed their lives across the Wagha Border to build an independent state in 1947.
In a message to the opposition and the Pakistan Democratic Movement, Pakistani Economic Affairs Minister Omar Ayub said, “Run if you want, but you cannot run away from the people of Pakistan as the election will take place, no matter what happens.”
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