The ruling coalition is facing constitutional and legal difficulties on the issue of in-house changes in Punjab.
The no-confidence motion cannot be moved due to the four-month-long assembly session.
Under the rules of procedure, only the speaker has the power to end the session.
It is necessary to end the current session to bring the no-confidence motion against the CM Punjab. The previous no-confidence motion was part of the parliamentary business of the 41st session.
After Imran Khan’s announcement come out of all the assemblies the ruling coalition started considering other options including a no-confidence motion in Punjab and KP. A special meeting of PML-N party leaders has been called by former chief minister Punjab Hamza Shehbaz in which options and way forward will be discussed.
On the other side, MQM-P convener Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui called on former president Asif Ali Zardari and discussed the political situation in Karachi and the upcoming local body elections.
Federal Ministers Aminul Haq, Sadiq Iftikhar, Dr. Asim and Senator Saleem Mandviwala were also present at the meeting. MQM leaders said that they will continue to play a positive role in the government.
Both parties also held consultations on the possible no-confidence motion in the Senate.