Opposition Withdraws No-Confidence Motion, Calling It Unnecessary - Capital TV

June 3, 2023


Opposition Withdraws No-Confidence Motion, Calling It Unnecessary

Anum Razzaque

LAHORE: Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) and Pakistan Muslim League – Nawaz (PMLN) took back the motion of no-confidence against Chief Minister Chaudhary Parvez Elahi, on Friday. The parties considered giving the motion of no-confidence unnecessary following the de-notification regarding CM’s office.

The development came after the notification issued by the Governor of Punjab Baligh-ur-Rehman referring the Chief Minister of Punjab to cease office.

“We had submitted three resolutions in Punjab Assembly, but the Governor discharged the whole cabinet, PMLN and allies took back motion, because no need remains to file it,” said Khalil Tahir Sindhu, talking to media outside Punjab Assembly.

In a responding question he said, “we’ll accept the judgement of the court”, however, Elahi challenged the order of de-notification in the Lahore High Court (LHC), saying the court is proceeding to petition.

Khawaja Saad Rafique, The Railway Minister of Pakistan said that in regards to the development after the failure of the CM to take a vote of trust, a motion of no confidence was unnecessary.

Members of PMLN Gathered In Governor House

After de-notifying Chief Minister of Punjab, leaders of PMLN gathered at the Governor house.

On this occasion, Rana Mashood said, “PTI wants uncertainty, because of the economical crisis that knocked on the door of the country, PMLN allies are willing to stabilize the country,” said Rana.

However, Rana gave a sign that options B and C are still in our hands, option A has been surfaced, B and C will coming soon.

Mian Mujtaba Shuja-ur-Rehman forecasted that Hamza Shehbaz will be the new Prime Minister.

Hina Parvez Butt said, we took back the motion against CM but against voting will hold against the Speaker and Deputy Speaker of Assembly. She added that we have complete number of votes and the new chief minister will be from PMLN.

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