Fawad says will be given additional portfolio of law ministry tomorrow – Pakistan

Intelligence Minister Fawad Chaudhry announced on Friday that he would assume the post of additional Attorney General tomorrow after attorney Farrogh Naseem resigned earlier this week.

Nasim resigned as Attorney General on Wednesday. Pakistan’s Mutahida Khaumi Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P) has split from a coalition government led by the PTI and cast its weight on the opposition ahead of a vote of no confidence in the prime minister. Imran Khan.

Along with Naseem, MQM-P’s Aminul Haque also resigned as Federal Minister of Information and Communications.

The MQM-P’s decision, which has won seven seats in the National Assembly, would result in Prime Minister Imran losing a majority in the House of Representatives if the situation remains the same until Sunday, when a vote on the no-confidence bill is expected.

Chaudhry said today he will approach a court to revoke the bail of PML-N Chairman Shehbaz after taking office as Attorney General in Islamabad today along with media figures along with Energy Minister Hammad Azhar and Prime Minister Shahbaz Gill’s Special Adviser for Political Communications. Sharif is mentioned as a candidate for prime minister if the joint opposition party’s measure of no confidence in the current prime minister succeeds.

“I was surprised to find out that the person receiving the bail was a candidate for prime minister,” he said.

Chaudhry also added that she would be working to start a process to cancel bail for Shehbaz’s son Hamza Shehbaz.

The minister said he would approach the court tomorrow for this purpose.

He added that further action will be taken against PTI lawmakers who have fled to the opposition.

“The legal team got together today to come up with a strategy, and I expect to appeal to the Supreme Court tomorrow on this matter,” he said. Article 184 of the Constitution.

He also said, “I ask the Supreme Court to investigate whether the no-confidence bill proposed abroad can awaken the consciences of 22 people overnight.” [who are PTI defectors].”

Speaking of the no-confidence bill, Chaudhry said there were still 48 hours until the vote, suggesting that a lot could happen during this time period. He expressed confidence that Prime Minister Imran would remain prime minister.

He added that he would not allow foreign capital-led regime change after the people of Pakistan “spent millions of dollars on it.”

Chaudhry considered the opposition’s refusal to attend the National Security Council meeting. The meeting included documents containing evidence of a foreign conspiracy to overthrow Prime Minister Imran’s government.

“This shows that opposition leaders are also involved in this conspiracy,” he added.

He also said that PML-N leaders Ahsan Iqbal, Khwaja Asif and Shahid Khaqan Abbasi argued that the US could solve Pakistan’s economic problems.

“They are America [IV] Chaudhry asked what happens when a drop of water falls on Pakistan and separates it, adding that it would be better if these “drips” were separated.

“Pakistan is an honorable country and people like you are unhappy. [PML-N leaders] forced on them by the outside. [forces]”People know this conspiracy and oppose it,” he said.

Chaudhry then referred to dissident members of the PTI who sided with the opposition in a no-confidence vote for the prime minister, arguing that protests were “against people without conscience” across Pakistan.

“I pay tribute to the protesters. [against the defectors]. You are our hero.”

Energy Minister Hammad Azhar has argued that efforts are being made to form a “foreign puppet government” in Pakistan.

“I want to convince my country that we don’t want this to happen,” he said.

Azhar said that historically, “foreign doll installation experiments” have failed each time and will fail this time as well.

He said Pakistan and the national economy could no longer afford to hold one of the government’s opposition parties.

Azhar said the official process to remove Pakistan from the Financial Action Task Force’s list is expected to begin in June.

When asked, he made it clear that there would be no fluctuations in gasoline and electricity prices going forward.

In answer to another question, Chaudhry expressed confidence that Pakistan Muslim League-Quaid leader Pervaiz Elahi would be elected Prime Minister of Punjab tomorrow.