Opposition’s call for PM’s resignation morally incorrect: Ali Muhammad
ISLAMABAD: Ali Muhammad Khan Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs said that it was not morally correct on the part of opposition to demand resignation from PM.
The PTI’s government was “not worried at all” over the JUI-F’s Azadi march, but what they were saying is not acceptable to the government, “Maulana Fazl-Ur-Rehman was rejected by the people even in his own constituency in the general elections last year”, said Ali Muhammad Khan.
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He said PTI government believed in constitution and freedom of expression but it could not allow few thousands people to call for the resignation of the PM.
This demand is not acceptable for the people of the country, adding, it is very interesting that the Fazl ur Rehman is talking about the Kashmir issue while he headed the Kashmir Committee for ten years but did not highlight the issue at any world forum, he criticized.
He said PM Imran Khan effectively highlighted the core issue on world’s biggest platform and now the issue and Indian atrocities are being talked about globally.
PTI government would continue these efforts under the honest leadership of IK, he said adding, electoral loss could only be regained by performing again in elections.
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