Will try to thwart opposition’s no-trust motion, PM tells Senate chairman
As per details garnered, Senate chairman called on PM here in Islamabad two days after joint opposition moved no-trust motion against former.
The Senate chairman held in-depth consultation with premier in this regard as Khan assured Sanjrani of full cooperation.
The premier regretted that self-interested politicians were making last-ditch efforts to inflict loss on democracy and democratic norms.
“Those who recite mantra of democracy should tell nation that what type of democratic norm it is to remove incumbent Senate chairman”, stated the premier.
PM told Sanjrani that there no reason for him to panic as latter was running the House in a professional way.
Federal Minister for Parliamentary Affairs Azam Khan Swati and Defence Minister Pervez Khattak were also present on the occasion. Swati briefed premier on number game.
It is worth here to mention that the joint opposition on July 9 had submitted a resolution in Senate against incumbent chairman Sadiq Sanjrani in a bid to oust him and urged for a requisition of the Upper House session at the earliest.