PML-Q watches no-trust move machinations sitting on the fence – Pakistan

Lahore: Pakistan Muslim League-Quaid (PML-Q) is currently sticking to a wait-and-see policy in the fluid political situation. withdrawal of the ruling party alliance.

“The PML-Q is fully confident that the position of the Coalition Party (Q) will be further strengthened as it will grow in importance in the National Assembly and in the Punjab Parliament, no matter what happens due to the radical action of the opposition against the PTI government.” a party source said Serb On sunday.

Sources say that if a no-confidence bill is introduced in the National Assembly, the PTI government will rely on any two of its three alliances: PML-Q, Balochistan Awami Parti (BAP) and Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan. (MQM-P). The number of PTI MNAs declined further after the death of MNA Khial Zaman Orakzai in Hangu, he adds.

While in Punjab’s parliament, he said the PML-Q was the only allied party that could save a senior partner government with 10 votes. PTI lacks 4 votes in the Punjab Parliament.

In an ever-changing political environment, PML-Q has decided to monitor the situation and monitor it weekly, a party source said.

As the PML-Q reader says: Serb The PTI government has said there is no threat from a group of dissidents led by Jahangir Khan Tareen. Because they cannot vote against the Jahan Party, nor can they abstain from voting if the opposition raises a no-confidence motion or forces Prime Minister Imran Khan to vote. new confidence.

Citing related laws, the party leader said, “If you deviate from the party’s line when electing a prime minister or prime minister, all traitors will be disqualified.”

He said, “The opposition party is considering various measures, so it is a bit tense, but it has not yet come up with a clear solution.”

Meanwhile, PML-Q held a meeting of its supreme leaders on Sunday, chaired by party leader Chaudry Schuzat Hussein, and took a strong stance that the PTI should take the coalition’s proposal seriously, as political difficulties could arise for the ruling party. Delays in resolving issues facing the public.

The party leader reminds us that “Members elected by the coalition party must be accountable to the voters of their respective constituencies.”

He said the PML-Q leadership was angry with the PTI government’s uncontrollable price hikes and the recent failure to control oil and electricity rate hikes.

Another Q leader argues that the meeting was of the opinion that party leadership should keep all channels open and there should be no deadlocks with the ruling PTI or opposition parties.

The PML-Q meeting reaffirmed its trust in Chaudhry Parvez Elahi, Chairman of the Punjab Provincial Parliament, who is empowered to make party-level decisions. Elahi trusted party leaders for meetings with opposition leaders including Shehbaz Sharif, Asif Ali Zardari and Maulana Fazlur Rehman.

Meanwhile, Governor Chaudhry Sarwar met Federal Minister Chaudhry Moonis Elahi, retired Brig Ejaz Shah and Ghulam Sarwar Khan at a horse racing show in Nankana Sahib to discuss political and governance issues.

The governor also discussed issues with the party, government and current politics with federal ministers, sources said at the meeting.

Posted at Serb on February 21, 2022