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Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) Quaid Nawaz Sharif has given go-ahead to his party leadership to go for in-house change, citing sources, ARY News reported on Monday.

Progress was made during backdoor contacts between Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) and Pakistan People’s Party (PPP).

After the backdoor contacts, Nawaz Sharif greenlighted the decision to initiate efforts for making an in-house change, sources said. Some PML-N leaders have confirmed ARY News’ report regarding the development.

READ: PPP ANNOUNCES LONG MARCH TOWARDS ISLAMABAD ON FEB 27

Sources within PML-N said that the political party had never thought of adopting any unconstitutional step for removing Imran Khan. They added that PML-N has always backed constitutional ways to bring political change to the country.

It emerged that PML-N has considered the option of bringing an in-house change that will not be difficult if both opposition parties come on the same page.

Sources added that talks are underway between PPP and PML-N regarding the tenure of a new government. PML-N sources expressed hopes that both opposition parties are likely to make a consensus on the upcoming elections.

READ: JAHANGIR TAREEN GIVES MEANINGFUL REPLY ON ‘FRIENDSHIP WITH PML-N’

Earlier on January 5, PPP Central Executive Committee (CEC) had recommended continuing its public movement to topple Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) led government besides deciding to strongly protest against the rise in inflation.

The opposition party had decided to hold strong protests in provincial, national assemblies and the Senate.

It is expected that PPP CEC will decide on starting contacts with other opposition parties to tighten noose around the PTI government besides mulling over to bring a no-confidence motion.

It may be noted here that the alliance of the opposition parties, the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) had already backed the stance of PPP for not tendering resignations from the assemblies.

 
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PDM to mull over no-trust bid in January 25 meeting: Fazlur Rehman
“We appeal to the coalition parties to think in the national interest of Pakistan and about the common people,” Fazl says

Pakistan Democratic Movement chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman (L) standing alongside Leader of the Opposition in the National Assembly Shahbaz Sharif, during a press conference, in Islamabad, on January 12, 2022 — Screengrab via Geo News.
Pakistan Democratic Movement chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman (L) standing alongside Leader of the Opposition in the National Assembly Shahbaz Sharif, during a press conference, in Islamabad, on January 12, 2022 — Screengrab via Geo News.
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) Chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman on Wednesday announced that a meeting of the senior leadership of the anti-government Opposition alliance will be held on January 25, which will mull over, among other options, a no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan.
Addressing a press conference, flanked by the Leader of the Opposition in the National Assembly Shahbaz Sharif, Fazl said: "The anti-government alliance parties are considering options for the immediate dismissal of the incumbent government."

“We appeal to the coalition parties of the government to think in the national interest of Pakistan and about the common man,” Fazl said, adding that the PDM wants to see Pakistan have a "free economy."
The JUI chief said that the long march announced against the government has "become inevitable" and the PDM will march towards the capital on March 23 in a bid to oust the PTI-led government.
He, however, added that the long march plan will be finalised during the all-party session scheduled on January 25.
“The government does not realise the grievances of the common man,” he said, adding that the "entire nation will participate in this anti-government march."
“We do not give Prime Minister Imran Khan and his government the right to re-colonise an independent state.”
The PDM chief also spoke of the upcoming second phase of local government polls in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Referring to a request by the Election Commission of Pakistan to the Ministry of Defence for the deployment of army troops on election day, Fazl said that as an independent institution, the ECP should not make itself “controversial" and that it must not allow itself to be "enslaved".
Speaking to the media prior to Fazl, Shahbaz said that in the 74-year history of Pakistan, "the PTI government is the most incompetent one to ever come to power" adding that the country is undergoing the "most difficult period".
The PML-N president said that during his meeting with Fazl, both of them also discussed a no-confidence motion against the prime minister and that this option will be further highlighted in the meeting later this month.
Shedding light on the “mini-budget”, he said that "a new wave of inflation" will be seen because of the supplementary finance bill presented by the government.
“We will fully oppose the cruel measures and the mini-budget proposed by the government in Parliament,” he reiterated.
Shahbaz further said that surprisingly, the government is "prioritising the interests and agendas of international institutions over the interests of Pakistani citizens".
“We haven’t seen a more incompetent and corrupt government in the history of Pakistan,” Shahbaz asserted.
Endorsing his views, Fazl added that PDM will become the "voice of the common man against rising inflation."
“We believe that the people will themselves fight for their rights,” the PDM chief said, adding that the long march will be a “revolutionary step in the history of Pakistan”.
He added that the PDM will observe solidarity with the people of the Indian-occupied Jammu and Kashmir on February 5.
 

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PDM to mull over no-trust bid in January 25 meeting: Fazlur Rehman
“We appeal to the coalition parties to think in the national interest of Pakistan and about the common people,” Fazl says

Pakistan Democratic Movement chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman (L) standing alongside Leader of the Opposition in the National Assembly Shahbaz Sharif, during a press conference, in Islamabad, on January 12, 2022 — Screengrab via Geo News.
Lanat pari hui ha is lanti ki shakal per, Allah na dunyah main he is ka chera per lanat bhaj ker sub ko dekha diya ha.
Good luck on your petty endavours!
 

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The system of corrupt political patronage is running on empty fumes (other than Sindh and PPP). Which is why there is a sense of desperation.
When the corrupt system is interrupted long enough it will erode. The question is will that blatant rape and plunder of our nation be stopped long enough for this system of political corruption to end.
 
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diesel will suicide if not get any seat . nazoo is almost dying but his greed for power in endless . and baby bilo thinks he born to rule . kis ghalat country main paida ho gay ye sab inko to afghanistan main paida hona chayee tha
 

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PDM to mull over no-trust bid in January 25 meeting: Fazlur Rehman
“We appeal to the coalition parties to think in the national interest of Pakistan and about the common people,” Fazl says

Pakistan Democratic Movement chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman (L) standing alongside Leader of the Opposition in the National Assembly Shahbaz Sharif, during a press conference, in Islamabad, on January 12, 2022 — Screengrab via Geo News.
Pakistan Democratic Movement chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman (L) standing alongside Leader of the Opposition in the National Assembly Shahbaz Sharif, during a press conference, in Islamabad, on January 12, 2022 — Screengrab via Geo News.
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) Chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman on Wednesday announced that a meeting of the senior leadership of the anti-government Opposition alliance will be held on January 25, which will mull over, among other options, a no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan.
Addressing a press conference, flanked by the Leader of the Opposition in the National Assembly Shahbaz Sharif, Fazl said: "The anti-government alliance parties are considering options for the immediate dismissal of the incumbent government."

“We appeal to the coalition parties of the government to think in the national interest of Pakistan and about the common man,” Fazl said, adding that the PDM wants to see Pakistan have a "free economy."
The JUI chief said that the long march announced against the government has "become inevitable" and the PDM will march towards the capital on March 23 in a bid to oust the PTI-led government.
He, however, added that the long march plan will be finalised during the all-party session scheduled on January 25.
“The government does not realise the grievances of the common man,” he said, adding that the "entire nation will participate in this anti-government march."
“We do not give Prime Minister Imran Khan and his government the right to re-colonise an independent state.”
The PDM chief also spoke of the upcoming second phase of local government polls in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Referring to a request by the Election Commission of Pakistan to the Ministry of Defence for the deployment of army troops on election day, Fazl said that as an independent institution, the ECP should not make itself “controversial" and that it must not allow itself to be "enslaved".
Speaking to the media prior to Fazl, Shahbaz said that in the 74-year history of Pakistan, "the PTI government is the most incompetent one to ever come to power" adding that the country is undergoing the "most difficult period".
The PML-N president said that during his meeting with Fazl, both of them also discussed a no-confidence motion against the prime minister and that this option will be further highlighted in the meeting later this month.
Shedding light on the “mini-budget”, he said that "a new wave of inflation" will be seen because of the supplementary finance bill presented by the government.
“We will fully oppose the cruel measures and the mini-budget proposed by the government in Parliament,” he reiterated.
Shahbaz further said that surprisingly, the government is "prioritising the interests and agendas of international institutions over the interests of Pakistani citizens".
“We haven’t seen a more incompetent and corrupt government in the history of Pakistan,” Shahbaz asserted.
Endorsing his views, Fazl added that PDM will become the "voice of the common man against rising inflation."
“We believe that the people will themselves fight for their rights,” the PDM chief said, adding that the long march will be a “revolutionary step in the history of Pakistan”.
He added that the PDM will observe solidarity with the people of the Indian-occupied Jammu and Kashmir on February 5.
Cant stop a simple bill in NA but yeah sure, will bring an in house change:


Anyway, what happened to let PTI complete its govt and let them fail blah blah. Every three months there is an attempt to overthrow the govt through protest, parliament, religious zealots, begging army, media, twitter,PDF which still fails. Seems like there are no political parties in opposition, just power hungry families who want power back by hook or crook.
 

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