PTI MNAs, allies to skip NA session during no-trust motion: Babar Awan – Pakistan

Prime Minister Babar Awan’s parliamentary affairs adviser said Wednesday that Pakistan’s Tehreek-i-Insaf and its alliance’s MNA will not appear in the House of Representatives the day they vote on a resolution of no confidence in Prime Minister Imran. . Khan will be adopted for voting in the National Assembly (NA).

Awan said in an interview Serb news tvOnly NA Chairman Asad Qaiser would attend the meeting, adding, “I don’t have the right to vote, so I’ll go.”

A Blue House aide said, “Renovation work is in progress on the floor of the National Assembly where the meeting is held.”

He hinted that foreign hands were behind the opposition’s measure of no confidence. [is coming] … the West is asking for help in removing the elected Prime Minister.”

Awan also defended Prime Minister Imran, who criticized European Union countries for asking Pakistan to vote against Russia at a recent special meeting of the General Assembly.

“There has never been a case in the history of the world of a diplomat doing something like this,” he said.

Awan said senator Jamiat Ulema-i-Islam-Fazl has submitted a resolution to the House of Representatives calling for attention to reasons why Prime Minister Imran does not respect foreign missions.

So the agenda is clear.”

The opposition, arguing that the no-confidence bill got enough votes to be successful in the NA, cited past cases in which the government defeated the opposition in a parliamentary vote, claiming that “government has the upper hand in numbers.” game”.

“The people they are calling and those trying to create an environment where they can support the opposition through writing and speaking on television will be of no use to them (opposition),” he said. He said without further explanation.