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“Imran can’t run forever”, Bilawal fumes over adjournment of NA session

ISLAMABAD: Chairman Pakistan Peoples Party Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Friday expressed fury as the much-anticipated National Assembly session to debate the Opposition’s no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan has been adjourned to meet again on March 28, 2022 (Monday) at 04:00 pm.

Bilawal took to Twitter and said that Speaker provided another weak excuse to avoid tabling the no-confidence motion in National Assembly today.

“Imran can’t run forever. PM has no sportsman spirit and cannot face defeat with grace. The once-great Kaptaan will go down like a rat on a sinking ship,” the PPP Chairman added.

Earlier today, National Assembly Speaker Asad Qaisar adjourned the session till Monday evening as the opposition’s demand for a no-confidence motion is included in the agenda.

The brief session today included prayers for the deceased member of the house – former MNA from Hangu Khayal Zaman Khan. Following the prayers, the speaker said that the session is adjourned till Monday evening following the tradition of adjourning the session in respect of the deceased member.

Speaker Asad Qaisar, however, maintained that the no-confidence motion is included in the agenda and will be taken up in the following coming sessions.

Interestingly, the top ally of the government – Pakistan Muslim League-Quaid and Balochistan Awami Party members were not present in the house.

The session was attended by Opposition leader Shehbaz Sharif, Pakistan Peoples Party leaders Asif Ali Zardari and Bilawal Bhutto Zardari and second-tier leadership of both the parties.

Jamat-e-Islami member from Chitral Abdul Haq Chitrali did not attend the session.

Extraordinary security arrangements have been made for the National Assembly session and the area has been completely sealed off by enforcing section 144 in the red zone.

Capital Police, Rangers, and FC personnel have been deployed at various places. No irrational person will be allowed to enter the red zone.

Instructions have also been issued to the MNAs for the National Assembly session, stating that guests will be barred from entering the session.

The directive states that members will be required to park their vehicles in designated parking lots, and shuttle service will be provided to the MNAs from Parliament Lodges to Parliament House.

The Federal Capital Territory Traffic Police said that entry and exit to the red zone are allowed only from Margalla Road. Serena Chowk, Nadra Chowk, Express Chowk, and Ayub Chowk will remain closed for entry and exit in the red zone.

Courtesy Bol News

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