‘A ruckus in the National Assembly could result in the deaths of lawmakers.’

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'A ruckus in the National Assembly could result in the deaths of lawmakers.'

Senior TV anchor Javed Chaudhry has revealed, citing reliable sources, that during voting on the no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan in the National Assembly on Sunday, a ruckus could erupt in the lower house of parliament, claiming the lives of any lawmakers.

The anchor also stated on his television show that there was a high likelihood of the PTI lawmakers attacking members of the opposition in the house. “The uproar will begin with chanting slogans against dissident PTI lawmakers as well as opposition MNAs,” he added, “and will gradually escalate into a dangerous situation.”

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He stated that, based on the evidence, action could be taken against some members, and that the government would try to prevent the no-trust motion from being voted on.

According to Chaudhry, the government was informed through a report that there was no conspiracy by the US regarding the no-confidence motion, no threat was given to Pakistan, and no money came from outside for the no-trust motion after a thorough investigation.

According to the investigation, none of the opposition members, including Mir Jafar and Mir Sadiq, are traitors because no one has given or received money for supporting the no-confidence motion.

He stated that the government was advised in the report not to name the United States without reason, as this action by the government could harm the relationship between the two countries.

Another senior journalist, Hamid Mir, has claimed that the government has decided to incite violence in the capital city ahead of the vote on the no-confidence motion on Sunday.

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