PM Imran has no choice but to accept defeat, resign: Sherry Rehman
Published1 year ago
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Vice-President Senator Sherry Rehman on Friday said Prime Minister Imran Khan had no choice but to accept the defeat and step down.
“Imran Khan is misstating, this is not a battle of good and evil. It is a battle between those who violate the Constitution and those who abide by it. This is a battle between the anti-people government and the pro-people opposition.
“Those who criticised democracy are now telling people to come out and support democracy. Today it will be known who upholds democracy and the constitution,” Sherry Rehman tweeted.
She asked how those, who used delaying tactics to avoid defeat, could promote goodness and democracy. She said the government could not escape after inciting the people to anarchy.
On March 18, Pakistan Muslim League-Q (PML-Q) leader Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain had claimed that it was the first time that no one was buying or selling votes for the success of no-trust motion.
In an official statement, the PML-Q leader had said that he had been observing it in newspapers and on TV that “bundles of notes” were being distributed ahead of the no-confidence motion.
He had termed such reports a “propaganda”
Shujaat had further said that even Prime Minister Imran Khan had said that “bundles of notes” were being distributed among PTI disgruntled MNAs at the Sindh House.
You may like
Suleman Shahbaz returns to Pakistan after four years of self-exile
PTI to not head towards Islamabad as Imran announces party’s exit from all assemblies
COP27 summit adopts loss, damage fund to help poor countries amid climate disasters
Rulers will once again go into self-exile, claims PTI Chief Imran Khan
FIR registered against gun attack on Imran Khan in Wazirabad
Imran Khan assassination attempt: SC orders Punjab IG to register FIR in 24 hours
Imran Khan discharged from Shaukat Khanum Hospital
Imran Khan, several others wounded in firing at PTI’s long march container
Imran Khan visits female journalist Sadaf Naeem’s residence
Imran Khan disqualified in Toshakhana reference
Pakistan Politics Popular NewsAlleged audio tape of Malik Riaz giving Imran Khan's message to Asif Zardari leaked