Decision of government allies – Daily Sama Newspaper
The Pakistan Democratic Movement and government allies have decided that Imran Khan’s possible long march will not be allowed to enter Islamabad under any circumstances. An important meeting of the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) and government allies was held at the Prime Minister’s House, in which, according to sources, PD took a stand against the Chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and former Prime Minister Imran Khan. M and the allies have decided that Imran Khan’s possible long march will not be allowed to enter Islamabad under any circumstances. According to sources, during the meeting, Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif formed 2 committees consisting of members of the PDM and the coalition government. see The committee will consist of party spokespersons and other legal experts. One member from each party will be included in the Spokesmen’s Committee, the Spokesperson’s Committee will be responsible for conveying its statement against Imran Khan’s statement to the public, the Legal Committee will be responsible for the action plan on legal issues between the alliance and PDM parties. Dar will be there. According to sources, Federal Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah gave a briefing on the internal situation of the country during the meeting and said that our preparations are complete regarding Imran Khan’s long march. According to sources, ciphers, audio leaks and other issues are complete. But the Federal Minister of Interior gave a briefing, and informed about the negotiations and demands with the farmers. According to the sources, the Federal Minister of Finance Ishaq Dar discussed about the country’s economy, the prices of petroleum products and the value of rupees against dollars. Briefing was also given, PDM and government allies expressed their satisfaction on the actions of the finance minister and said that the government’s reputation has improved due to the decrease in petroleum products and the falling of dollars. According to sources, during the meeting, the PPP side. A briefing was given on the current flood situation from while the federal and Sindh government During the meeting, Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif also gave a briefing on the Shanghai Cooperation Organization and the United Nations General Assembly. The members were also informed, the prime minister informed about the contact with the foreign minister, prayers were also given for the health and safety of the former president. In the meeting, Maulana Fazlur Rehman also gave a briefing about the situation in Balochistan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.