ISLAMABAD: Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) leader Senator Sherry Rehman said on Tuesday that it was illegal and unconstitutional to hold a public rally in D-Chowk on the day of the no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan .
Sherry Rehman tweeted that the rallies and the government’s plan to surround lawmakers were illegal. While saying the government was setting the country on its path to unrest, she added that the government would take responsibility if clashes broke out between party workers.
The PPP leader said that if PTI has required numbers it should challenge the no-confidence motion in the parliament as the decision to send Imran Khan packing will be taken in the National Assembly instead of D-Chowk.
He claimed that PTI politics started at D-Chowk and will end in the same place.