PM Imran’ address to nation postponed

PM Imran’ address to nation postponed

PM Imran’ address to nation postponed

PM Imran’ address to nation postponed. Image: File

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Prime Minister Imran Khan’s address to the nation has been postponed today (Wednesday).

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Senator Faisal Javed has tweeted it on Wednesday.

Earlier, the senator said that the prime minister would address the nation on Wednesday between 7 and 8pm.

In the tweet, he said, “Prime Minister Imran Khan will address the nation this evening – inshaallah. Prime Minister Imran Khan stands firm for his nation and inshaallah victory belongs to Pakistan.”

Read more: PM Imran directs elected representatives to strengthen party in Sindh

Earlier in the day, PM Imran termed the no-confidence motion an ‘imported political crisis’.

He was addressing the inauguration ceremony of e-passport in Islamabad.

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Talking about the political crisis, the premier said it is the part of the democratic process. However, he termed the no-confidence motion an ‘imported crisis’.

He said the foreign powers could not tolerate a government that works for the interest of its people, citing the example of drone attacks.

“I have the document (threatening letter) which I will show to the senior journalists today and allies,” PM Imran said.

He added that the people were thinking that Imran was staging a drama to save his government.

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