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PDM Rejects Vote of Confidence Session of NA: Fazalur Rehman


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SUKKUR–  Chairman Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) and Chief  of JUI-F Fazlur Rehman  has announced that the opposition rejects the confidence vote  cast in favour of Prime Minister Imran Khan during a National Assembly session on Saturday.

Talking to newsmen in Sukkur  after the NA session concluded, Fazulur Rehman said the Constitution clearly stated that the president can summon a session “if he believes that the prime minister does not hold majority”.

The NA session was called over a summary by the fake prime minister. Summary is not involved in summoning such sessions, all of this is a drama,” said the JUI-F chief, who is not part of the NA. “We don’t accept today’s Assembly session, nor do we accept the confidence vote.

“This was not a confidence vote. We know which agencies watched the members of the assembly the entire night. [We know] who knocked on the doors of each member to ensure they were present.”

Fazalur Rehman, who is also the chief of the opposition alliance Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM), alleged that MNAs were “forcefully” made to vote for Prime Minister Imran. He urged the premier to “be courageous and ask the public to cast a vote of confidence by conducting a new election”.