Islamabad, Feb 19 (UNI): PML-N Punjab President Rana Sanaullah on Saturday claimed that the opposition had “more than enough” government lawmakers on their side than required to “abolish” Prime Minister Imran Khan’s vote of confidence in the parliament.
Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM), the grand opposition alliance is in the process of planning to move a no-confidence motion against prime Minister Imran Khan, who had won the vote of confidence last year in the National Assembly by securing 178 votes — six more than required, Dawn reported.
Whilst the opposition did not have the numbers to oust the Prime Minister back then, but Sanaullah exuded confidence that the situation would be different this time around. The PML-N leader claimed that the government’s own members were “frustrated” with it and no longer wished to conduct politics or contest next elections alongside it.
He further said the leadership of the PML-N and other opposition parties would decide and announce whether a no-confidence move would be brought in the Punjab Assembly first or at the Centre.