Rana Sanaullah vouches for dialogue to resolve issues
Says in democracy problems are solved through consultation: No decision yet on bringing no no-confidence in Punjab Assembly: Informs Nawaz Sharif will definitely come back
December 3, 2022 11:35 AM
Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah has said that issues are resolved through dialogue in democracy while revealing that the coalition government has not decided about tabling no-confidence motion in Punjab Assembly yet, reported 24NewsHD TV channel.
The minister was addressing a presser in Lahore on Saturday. He took a jibe at PTI Chairman Imran Khan for his talk offer to the government. He said it was same Imran who had said that it would be better for him to die instead of sitting with the rulers. He castigated Imran to make Pakistan a spectacle before the whole world by selling Toshakhana watches.
However, changing his tone, the interior minister vouched for participation of everyone in democracy.
“We have to take everyone along in democracy. Issues are resolved through consultation in democracy,” Sanaullah told the media persons.
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan on Friday invited the coalition government to talk over the possibility of early general elections. He reiterated that Pakistan was on the verge of default. He said PTI's demand for early general elections was the part and parcel of the PTI's resolve to shore up the country's economy as the party was totally focused on bringing Pakistan back to its feet.
However, Imran warned if the federal government failed to give an early election date, they would dissolve the assemblies in two provinces, Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
Talking about bringing no-confidence move in Punjab Assembly, Sanaullah said that the PML-N had not decided about it so far.
He said the government first concentrated on bringing the situation under control which had been worsened during the PTI tenure.
He promised that the PMLN-led government would bring the inflation rate down in future.
On PML-N supremo Nawaz Sharif’s return, the interior minister said that he would definitely come back no matter if there were by-elections in Punjab or general elections in the country. He was optimistic that people would listen to the PML-N and Nawaz Sharif.
He hoped that the PML-N would achieve success in Punjab with big margin.
Talking about Army, he said the nation trusted military leadership.