Fawad sees dissolution of Punjab, KP assemblies today if no legal issues

PTI Fawad Chaudhry late Wednesday night said the dissolution of the Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa assemblies was expected Thursday if there were no legal obstacles after Punjab Chief Minister Parvez Elahi received the required support of 186 members in the vote of confidence.

Criticising PML-N leaders for boycotting assembly proceedings, he told media in Lahore outside the Punjab Assembly that they should had participated in the proceedings but they chose to flee.

He said former prime minister Imran Khan’s agenda was the new general elections. “This is our goal and we will move towards it.”

PTI’s Vice Chairman Shah Mehmood Qureshi claimed that they would get rid of the imported government, adding that inflation and unemployment had reached the peak.

Qureshi said Parvez once again secured the vote of confidence as the people of Pakistan had rejected the coalition of 13 parties and all claims of opposition in Punjab had been proven wrong.

The former foreign minister also said that Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM)-led government was a failure and only the fresh elections were solution to the country’s problems.

He said PTI Chairman Imran Khan’s narrative remained successful once again and the only way forward was free and fair elections.

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