Voting on no-confidence motion to be held on April 3: Sheikh Rasheed

Voting on no-confidence motion to be held on April 3: Sheikh Rasheed

Voting on no-confidence motion to be held on April 3: Sheikh Rasheed

Minister for Interior Sheikh Rasheed Ahmed—Image: APP

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ISLAMABAD: Minister for Interior Sheikh Rasheed Ahmed on Tuesday said an international conspiracy and investment was made to topple the government of Imran Khan adding that the conspirators would fail in their designs.

Addressing a press conference here, the minister said foreign funding was being made for a no-confidence motion against the Prime Minister.

Imran Khan would fight till the last ball and negotiation was underway with allies, he added. He said the debate on the no-confidence motion would start on March 31 and voting would be held on April 3.

However, he said that the opposition could not bring the 172 members required for the success of the no-confidence motion.

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He reiterated that he stood firmly with Imran Khan whether he (PM) remained in power or not. Lauding the decision of the Pakistan Muslim League (PML-Q) to support PM Imran Khan, he expressed the hope that MQM would also follow the PML-Q.

The entire nation stood by the PM and the mammoth PTI public gathering on March 27 was its manifestation, he added. He said the governor of Punjab would issue a notification of the Punjab Chief Minister’s resignation.

He said containers have been removed and now all roads were clear in the federal capital. Rasheed said security forces arrested four terrorists harbouring nefarious designs from Islamabad and they would be tried in anti-terrorism courts.

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Similarly, as many as four terrorists involved in the attack at Mosque in Peshawar were also killed in an operation.

He appreciated the interior ministry, Rangers, FC, Police, local administration and other law enforcement agencies for the maintenance of law and order and provision of security to all public gatherings and marches.

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Personnel of FC, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, Azad Jammu and Kashmir have been sent back while Rangers would also be withdrawn soon. Replying to a question, he said he was not a part of the government negotiation team with MQM. However, he said the decision of MQM would be very decisive.

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