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Unconstitutional demand for the resignation of the prime minister: Khattak

Unconstitutional demand for the resignation of the prime minister: Khattak

Federal Defense Minister Pervez Khattak said on Sunday that the opposition Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) was making undemocratic and unconstitutional demands by seeking the resignation of Prime Minister Imran Khan.

"If the parties that are part of the PDM are that strong, they should file a measure of distrust against the prime minister in parliament," he said while speaking at two organized functions in the Badrashi and Kattikhel areas of the Nowshera district.

Several workers from the National Awami Party headed by Muhammad Arshad Khan, Musaddiq Khan and Mumtaz Khan joined the ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) on the occasion.

Defense Minister and Chairman of the Standing Committee on Energy and Natural Resources of the National Assembly, Imran Khattak, welcomed the new members of the ruling party and introduced them to the party boundaries.

Pervez Khattak harshly criticized the PDM and said he did not know whose agenda was for the opposition alliance when launching the series of protests.

Developing his statement, he said that the PDM leaders affirmed on the one hand that they would not resort to any unconstitutional act, but on the other they wanted the overthrow of the PTI government.

He said the PDM leadership should take into account that the prime minister does not see any threat from them. "The PDM parties will never be able to fulfill their wish to send the PTI government packaging," he said confidently.

The defense minister said that the PTI government will complete its mandate until 2023 and that the January 31 deadline would also expire.

He alleged that the PDM had launched a tirade against the armed forces and the judiciary, claiming that there was an agenda behind all this.

Pervez Khattak flattered the opposition PDM's ongoing protest rallies in various parts of the country and insisted that these parties were putting people's lives in danger by exposing them to the coronavirus, as the second wave of the viral infection was more serious than the first.

He believed that people had rejected the PDM policy by failing to attend rallies organized in Gujranwala, Karachi, Quetta, Peshawar and Lahore in large numbers.

The defense minister accused the supreme leader of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz, Nawaz Sharif, the co-chair of the Pakistan People's Party, Asif Ali Zardari and the head of Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam, Maulana Fazl-ur-Rehman of practicing politics for power.

Pervez Khattak thanked the people of his hometown for placing their trust in him and other members of his family by electing them to the legislature and thus providing opportunities to serve them.

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