ISLAMABAD: Expressing his anger over the “disunity” among the many PTI leaders, Prime Minister Imran Khan Tuesday directed them to again federal ministers Azam Swati and Fawad Chaudhry amid a row with the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP), Geo News reported, citing sources.
Sources aware about the matter stated that the Prime Minister appeared dissatisfied along with his Cabinet ministers and celebration management throughout a gathering of the PTI Core Committee a day earlier to debate the continued political scenario within the nation after protests by the proscribed Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP).
He complained to the members that “you people do not stand together on any issue.” The prime minister advised all of them to “speak the same language” on nationwide and political points, the sources added.
PM Imran Khan, based on insiders, gave an instance of MQM-P lawmakers, who, based on him, all the time had one another’s backs. “When I was an MNA, the MQM lawmakers used to speak the same language,” he reportedly advised the celebration leaders.
Confusion among the many federal ministers was clear in the course of the TLP disaster once they have been issuing contradictory statements associated to the talks with the proscribed outfit.
During the core committee assembly, the premier directed the celebration management to accompany Azam Swati and Fawad Chaudhry to their look earlier than the ECP. Both ministers are going through contempt fees for levelling allegations towards the ECP and the chief election commissioner.
The PTI Core Committee additionally expressed concern over notices issued by the ECP, saying they have been unjust and must be withdrawn instantly.
The sources stated the premier additionally directed Punjab Chief Minister Usman Bazdar to get the native our bodies election draft authorised by the Cabinet quickly.
While discussing the accord signed with the proscribed outfit, the PM stopped the members from discussing the settlement publicly.
The assembly additionally held consultations on the joint sitting of Parliament.