People always strongest defenders of country’s sovereignty, democracy: PM
The country would be in trouble if the no-confidence motion against the prime minister fails
Islamabad: Prime Minister Imran Khan has said the people are always the strongest defenders of a country’s sovereignty and democracy. In a tweet on Wednesday, he urged the people to come out at this critical juncture and play their role. Prime Minister Imran Khan Wednesday said that the people of Pakistan must come out and defend against the latest and the biggest assault on Pakistan’s sovereignty and democracy by a foreign power. “It is the people who must come out & defend against this latest & biggest assault on Pakistan’s sovereignty & democracy by a foreign power through local collaborators – our Mir Jafars & Mir Sadiqs,” the prime minister wrote on Twitter. He said the people were always the strongest defenders of a country’s sovereignty and democracy. The prime minister was referring to the official communication from the US government through Pakistan’s ambassador in Washington asking that all of Pakistan’s misgivings would be pardoned if the no-confidence motion against him succeeds.
However, the country would be in trouble if the no-confidence motion against the prime minister fails, according to the official communication. Earlier to this, Members of the Punjab Provincial Assembly hailing from various divisions called on Prime Minister Imran Khan here and reposed their full trust in his leadership. The parliamentarians, who met the prime minister, came from Rawalpindi, Sargodha, Faisalabad, Lahore, Gujranwala, Multan, Bahawalpur, Dera Ghazi Khan and Sahiwal divisions. The MPAs appreciated the government’s public welfare policies, development projects, independent foreign policy and the prime minister’s international efforts for Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)’s sanctity and Islamophobia. Prime Minister Imran Khan says Pakistan is at a crossroads and those who remained loyal and committed to their ideology would be remembered in history. Addressing the PTI Members of Provincial Assembly in Lahore, he said the current political situation is the result of a foreign conspiracy hatched against the elected government of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf in collaboration with the opposition parties. The Prime Minister, however, appreciated the PTI’s parliamentarians, who remained steadfast despite lucrative offers by the opposition leaders. He also paid tributes to Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar for working with honesty and dedication to serve the people for three and a half years. The Prime Minister said party tickets for next elections would be awarded to loyal party workers. Imran Khan assured his full support to Chaudhry Pervez Elahi as PTI’s candidate for Punjab Chief Minister, who, he hoped, would win the election.