On Thursday, Prime Minister Imran Khan said he had never been under pressure, nor had he sent a warning message to the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) to hold a long march this month.
The prime minister’s remarks came as he chaired a meeting of the PTI’s core committee, which was attended by senior ministers and party leaders.
The meeting discussed the Senate elections and the upcoming anti-government long march.
The Prime Minister said, “The purpose of the PDM’s long march is not to give any relief to the people but to get NRO.” “I have never responded to pressure before and I will not respond now.”
Addressing the gathering, Prime Minister Imran Khan stressed that the PTI had come to power to “change the system” so it was out of the question to compromise with those returning to the country.
“We have to consider all options, including the possibility of a fresh election,” he said. “We have the support of the people, so we will not back down on any forum.”
Talking about his government’s efforts to stabilize the economy, the Prime Minister said that he had worked hard and pulled the country out of the economic crisis it was facing.
Prime Minister Imran Khan said, “I am not one of those fleeing the battlefield,” rejecting the notion that he was coming under pressure in the face of growing opposition protests.
Sources revealed that the Prime Minister reviewed the performance of the federal and provincial governments during the party’s core committee meeting.
Saifullah Niazi and Amir Kayani briefed the Prime Minister on the organizational matters of PTI.
Fazal says the PDM’s long march will reach Islamabad by March 30
JUI-F chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman had a few days ago said about the PDM’s long march plan that it would start from March 26.
“The long march will start on March 26. Caravans from all over the country will participate,” he told a news conference. “We call on the entire nation to play its part in ending this illegitimate and unconstitutional government,” the JUI-F chief added.
Fazal had said that the PDM convoy would reach Islamabad on March 30, adding that another meeting of the opposition leadership would be held on March 15 to discuss the formation of protesters in the capital.
“Then more details about the march will come out,” he said.
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