Ahsan Iqbal allegedly removes ANP, PPP leaders from PDM WhatsApp group

Ahsan Iqbal allegedly removes ANP, PPP leaders from PDM WhatsApp group

The screenshot shows that PML-N leader Ahsan Iqbal has removed several PPP and ANP politicians from the PDM WhatsApp group. Photo: Geo TV

After splitting from the Pakistan Democratic Movement after a dispute between the PPP and the ANP, it seems that differences between the coalition and the parties involved in the question have also surfaced on social media.

As reported Geo TVRecently, a screenshot has been circulating on Facebook and Twitter stating that senior PML-N leader Ahsan Iqbal has removed several members of the PPP and ANP from the WhatsApp group. , Allegedly belonging to the PDM.

According to the screenshot, PML-N leader Ahsan Iqbal expelled PPP’s Sherry Rehman, former Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf and Qamar Zaman Kaira from the group.

Ahsan Iqbal has also removed ADP’s Mian Iftikhar from PDM’s WhatsApp group.

It may be recalled that two days ago, the PPP had decided to resign from all the posts of the PDM after disagreeing with the multi-party alliance on the issue of resignation from the assemblies and appointment of the Leader of the Opposition. In the senate

The PPP was also upset after the PDM apparently issued a “show cause notice” to the PDM for refusing to resign and issuing statements regarding the party’s individual interests.

Mocking the PDM, Bilawal said that those who want to resign from Parliament should do so.

“But, no one should try to impose their will or their dictation on any other political party,” he said. “And the PPP will continue its steadfast, permanent opposition to the elected government, which has been going on for a day and has not broken a single day,” the PPP chairperson stressed.

“The PPP rejected the so-called show cause notice,” he said, referring to the notice that the PDM had served him a few days earlier.

He further said that politics is conducted with equality and respect.

Bilawal Bhutto had also apologized unconditionally to the PDM for behaving “rudely” to the ANP and the PPP. [in the form of serving show-cause notices].

Bilawal said that PPP is standing by the side of ANP and will not leave them under any circumstances.

“There is no concept of show cause notices in a democratic coalition,” he said.

In response to Bilawal’s remarks, PDM Secretary General and former Prime Minister Shahid Khanqan Abbasi said that the PDM was not bound to apologize to anyone, adding that the coalition had not issued show cause notices to any party, It has sought clarification on only a few statements. And it works.

“The PDM does not need to apologize to anyone,” he said. “Anyone who breaks the trust of the multi-party alliance will have to suffer the consequences. The parties come and go but will continue.”


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