Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmed added that from March 25 “the skies will start to clear”, adding that Prime Minister Imran Khan will win a no-confidence vote against him on Thursday.
He said at a press conference in Islamabad that the prime minister had instructed ministers at today’s meeting to keep in touch with the government’s allies.
“Imran Khan will be successful and the allies we are discussing… [stand with the prime minister].”
Ahmed said he predicted three months in advance that the opposition would not arrive in the capital on March 23, but on March 25. [will hold a rally] There will be meetings on the 25th and 27th,” he said.
He said it was the speaker’s decision when to convene the National Assembly, reiterating that Prime Minister Imran Khan would be successful. “I am confident that the allies we are now reflecting on and discussing will also make decisions in favor of Imran Khan,” he said.
Rangers, FC deployment
He said it is his duty as Minister of the Interior to protect the common people, the MNA, and look after the situation of law and order, adding that paramilitary rangers and Frontier Corps (FC) officials will begin guarding the borders between Congress and Congress. From March 20th to the lodge, from March 20th to April 2nd, 2,000 officials will be deployed to secure the capital.
“As the Minister of the Interior, I will try to deal with the legal and order issue properly,” he said.
‘No Action’ to Sindh House
The minister also commented on reports that a majority of the opposition MNA and some lawmakers from the ruling party are now staying at the capital’s Sindh House for “security”.
When asked if the government would take action in response to reports that Sindh police were dispatched to the capital, Sindh House, Ahmed said, “We are not taking action on anyone at the moment. [The time] It’s a long way off,” he said, referring to the day of the no-confidence vote.
“I don’t want to say anything that would be a problem. [SSU Deputy Inspector General] Maksud Memon and its powers [the opposition] Imported is a separate case. The minister said that buying and selling at Sindh House was a separate case, adding that those who “sold conscience” were never respected.
“There are a few people in Sindh House. I called 300-400 police. No problem. A lot of days. [left].”
He also criticized opposition leader Shehbaz Sharif’s proposal to form a government without a PTI in the National Assembly as “the first time Shehbaz’s cat came out of a bag”. The minister predicted that Shehbaz would propose the formation of a technocratic government within a few days.
The Interior Minister said that people who raised the slogan of the country could see it. Vote Koizat (Respect the vote) – a reference to the PML-N – was now defending the central government for the next five years.
“This is a matter of law and constitution. Shehbaz was exposed after speaking yesterday.
“The political confrontation will be held in Islamabad and the opposition will be defeated,” he warned, warning that if a clash is not avoided, the opposition will regret it for the rest of its life.
“Shehbaz took his first shot yesterday. [when he said] We will form a national government. Do you think we are sitting here helplessly? The right to vote is the right of MNA [we want] All procedures are conducted in accordance with the law.”
Prime Minister Imran Khan gained popularity because of the ‘foolishness’ of the opposition, and his supporters grew more and more. “I’ve been sitting helpless for three and a half years, and now all of a sudden I’m Maula Jutt,” Ahmed said.
“We want to see the law and the Constitution enforced,” he said. [the wishes of the] those who elected them”