Reacting to the demands of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan, Pakistani Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif on Thursday said that the National Assembly would set a date for the next general election and that the former Pakistani prime minister had “won the dictation”. Doesn’t work. “
“I want to make it clear to the leader of this group (PTI) that your order will not work. This House will decide when the election will take place,” Dawn quoted Shahbaz as saying.
He made the remarks during a session of Pakistan’s parliament because he attacked PTI chairman Imran Khan, who had taken the city of Islamabad hostage on Wednesday.
Pakistan on Wednesday witnessed unrest following clashes between police and PTI workers in major cities after authorities tried to stop them from advancing on D-Chowk in the federal capital following Imran Khan’s promise not to vacate the D-Chowk. New voting date.
The head of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), who was ousted as prime minister in a no-confidence motion in April this year, gave the Shahbaz Sharif government a six-day deadline to declare elections and dissolve the assembly if the deadline expires. If not seen, he will return to the capital with ‘whole nation’.
The former Pakistani prime minister arrived in the capital late Wednesday night, breaking through barriers and entering the Red Zone through brave police shelling. They later left the area in discussion with the police.
Speaking to his supporters on Thursday morning, Imran said he had decided that he would remain in D-Chowk until the government dissolved the assembly and declared elections.
“But what I have seen in the last 24 hours is that they (the government) are leading the nation towards anarchy,” he said, adding that the government was trying to create a division.
He said the Shahbaz Sharif government would be happy if he took a stand as it would lead to clashes.