The incumbent Imran Khan-led authorities of Pakistan is not going to resign on January 31 as demanded by the 11-party PDM opposition alliance, Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi confirmed on Saturday.
Qureshi made the remarks whereas talking to Geo News after the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) introduced to accentuate its anti-government marketing campaign and once more requested the Prime Minister to step down earlier than the January 31 deadline.
“Prime Minister Imran Khan enjoys the arrogance of the National Assembly. Why would he resign on the Opposition’s demand?” the Foreign Minister queried.
He stated that the PDM had earlier introduced to resign from the provincial assemblies on December 31, 2020, however the date has handed.
“The public has realised the Opposition’s true agenda and their ‘jalsas’ (rallies) shouldn’t have that energy,” Qureshi advised Geo News.
Last week, Pakistan Peoples Party chief Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari had threatened to guide an extended march to Islamabad if Khan didn’t resign by January 31, insisting that there was no time left for dialogue.
The PDM has turn out to be a significant resistance for Prime Minister Khan’s authorities, who maintains that the prime agenda of the opposition motion is to hunt leverage and aid for political leaders from corruption circumstances.
Khan, in a current assertion, stated that irrespective of how sturdy the opposition events might turn out to be, he won’t ever be giving them any leverage towards what he referred to as stolen cash of the individuals and the nation.