PM rejects Amir liaquat’s resignation, assures to resolve problems of Karachi
National Assembly member and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Amir Liaquat Hussain said that the Prime Minister had rejected his resignation as a member of parliament and assured him that the problems of Karachi would be resolved.
In several tweets on the social networking site, Amir Liaquat Hussain said, “I had a long meeting with Prime Minister Imran Khan in which he rejected my four-page resignation and said that it would not be discussed.”
“I put my heart before the prime minister. He appreciated the voice raised on the issues of Karachi and said that this should be a political understanding and the role of an elected leader who cares about the people,” he said.
Amir Liaquat said that the Prime Minister had said that “you are the asset of PTI, there is no need to give up and together we have to make Pakistan a welfare state.”
The Prime Minister said, “In a democracy, the voices raised by the party for issues that are in order are brought to the party. I am happy that you have become the voice of Karachi and attracted the attention of all of us.”
“Electricity, water and a better life are the right of every citizen of Pakistan and especially Karachi and we will give it to them,” the PTI leader quoted Imran Khan as saying.
He said that the Prime Minister said that all the issues you have just mentioned about electricity, water and sewerage, development projects, stalled works, all these are in my knowledge and Karachi is the most important city for me. ‘
It may be recalled that a few days ago Amir Liaquat had announced his resignation from his membership but he had made it clear that he was not leaving the party.
He announced his resignation in a message on the social networking site Twitter in which he said that the reason for his resignation was not being able to do anything to resolve the power crisis in Karachi.
In his message, Aamir Liaquat had said that he had asked for time to meet Prime Minister Imran Khan in which he would tender his resignation.
It should be noted that even before this, Aamir Liaquat had expressed his anger over K Electric and disagreement in his party.
In a tweet, he had said that his party does not consider me as the representative of Karachi, no matter, Imran Khan is still my leader and will remain.
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