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Imran adamant on confidence vote, Elahi reluctant, claims Sanaullah

Imran didn’t even get bullet, JIT reports are fake, Interior Minister says

Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah has said that if Chief Minister Punjab had the required numbers then the problem would have been solved. He said that Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan was adamant on a vote of confidence before 11 but Pervez Elahi is reluctant.

Talking to media outside Punjab Assembly he said that when the number was not completed then the meeting was postponed. He said that the number one hundred and eighty-six was not the number of one hundred and seventy-four.

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He said that Pervez Elahi was not the chief minister of the province and demand his resignation. He said that a new parliamentary leader should be elected by a majority or run-off election. He added that Hamza Shehbaz was the chief ministerial candidate and changing Hamza Shehbaz at this time could be harmful.

Criticizing PTI Chairman the Interior Minister also said that Imran Khan was harming the country’s politics. He said that he was bent on destabilizing the country. He said that Imran Khan was on an anti-national agenda.

He said that the country was on the verge of defaulting. He said that by-elections will be held in case of mass resignations. He added that the establishment was not supporting anyone at the time while Imran Khan wanted them to patronize him.

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He further said that the Wazirabad incident was not fake as Naveed was the real accused and there was no one behind him, the fire could actually be seven to eight from the pistol, someone was shot 14 times and someone had eight bullets.

He alleged that Imran Khan was not shot even a piece of bullet and the JIT reports were fake. He added that Pervez Khattak and Fawad Chaudhry think better than the rest of the people but no one listens.


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