ISLAMABAD: Senior Pakistan People’s Party leader Khursheed Shah has left the party’s long march to arrive in the federal capital to finalize plans for a no-confidence motion.
Khursheed Shah said we had to do some groundwork on the no-confidence motion and the meeting requirement.
“We will bring the no-confidence motion at the conclusion of the long march,” Khursheed Shah said.
“Our long march is not against the government, it is against Imran Khan,” PPP leader said. “His party’s people are also annoyed with him,” he claimed.
He also claimed that 12 to 13 MNAs at PTI have made decisions.