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All PML-N legislators will submit resignations till Dec 31: Ahsan Iqbal

December 14, 2020 05:00 PM


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Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz senior leader Ahsan Iqbal said all PMLN legislators will submit their resignations to party leaderships till Dec 31, reported 24NewsHD TV channel on Monday.

Ahsan Iqbal said the government has destroyed the economy in two years and being an agricultural country, the state of the affairs is that Pakistan is importing wheat, cotton and sugar.

“This government has become a security risk for the country,” PML-N senior leader alleged.

Pakistan is heading towards the worst polarization, he claimed and said the time has come that Pakistan should be run as per the constitution of Pakistan.

Ahsan Iqbal said Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) December 13 jalsa was the reflection of the federation where leadership from all provinces participated.  

The irresponsible statement made by the aviation minister has destroyed the complete aviation industry, he alleged.

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Earlier, Prime Minister Imran Khan has tasked Punjab Governor Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar to somehow halt the resignations of the PML-N’s national and provincial lawmakers, reported 24NewsHD TV channel on Saturday, quoting sources.

In a meeting, Prime Minister Imran Khan asked the Punjab governor to initiate contacts with the League members. He also directed him to persuade the League members to join the PTI.

The prime minister also asked the governor to offer them tickets in by-elections if they join the PTI.

According to the sources, Governor Sarwar will launch his mission by first contacting those PML-N legislators on whom he has some influence or are close to him.

Convince them not to hand over their resignations to the party chief, Sarwar was asked, said the sources.

The governor was asked to at least persuade them to prolong the issue as long as they could, the sources disclosed. If they join PTI they would be offered tickets for their own constituencies if by-elections are held, the sources elaborated on the task given to Governor Sarwar.



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