PM Imran assures MQM-P of addressing Karachi’s issues

Govt spokespersons condemn Maryam Nawaz’s statement targeting agencies


Islamabad: A government spokesperson met with Prime Minister Imran Khan on Monday and strongly condemned the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) Vice President Maryam Nawaz (PML-N) for targeting the country Agency statement.

During the meeting of government spokespersons chaired by Prime Minister Imran Khan, matters pertaining to political situation after the Senate elections and the vote of confidence were discussed. Consultations were also held on the strategy for the forthcoming Senate elections of the chairman and deputy chairman.

The meeting also reviewed Election Act and discussed possible legal action over PML-N vice-president Maryam Nawaz s statement on running tickets during Senate elections. The meeting also reviewed Maryam Nawaz s statements regarding state institutions and strongly condemned her statement.

The spokesperson said that the celebration was held in the event of a stolen election and added how Fauzia Arshad would succeed if the House of Representatives was not confident.

During the meeting, the Election Committee was also asked about administrative matters, and it is said that ECP did not show responsibility.

Speaking on the occasion, PM Imran Khan said that the mortality of the nation has been destroyed, it has become a tradition to come to power by spending money, then make money by robbing the people with both hands, corrupt and give speeches like Nelson Mandela. “Some journalists even approached high court to seek permission for Mandela to speak.”

Earlier, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Senators Faisal Javed and Zeeshan Khanzada called on PM Imran Khan.

On the occasion, the prime minister said that Sadiq Sanjarani is our strong candidate and he will succeed, adding that the opposition has failed and will again fail in the future. PDMs will face failure everywhere.

Imran Khan said that the entire country has witnessed the way the opposition uses money in the Senate election, adding that he will close all the doors to corruption through election reforms and is working to stop using money in the future.

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