Prime Minister Imran Khan dismissed the rumours, vowing that he would never resign and that he was planning a major surprise for the opposition.
In an interview with the media, the prime minister stated that he would win the “no-confidence match” and that the opposition would be shocked at the loss of their votes in support of the motion.
In response to a question, the prime minister said that under the pressure of “thieves,” he should give up even before the fight, and that this could be due to a misunderstanding about him. “The fight has only just begun,” he declared, “and I will win this battle.”
He told reporters that the opposition parties had already shown their cards, but that the PTI would surprise them. On March 27, he said, the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf would hold a historic gathering in Islamabad.
Pakistan would have been disintegrated into three parts if the army had not existed, he said, calling the armed forces the country’s “most valuable asset.” He claimed that because the Pakistan Army was unavoidable for the country, no one should criticise it for political reasons.
PM Imran has ruled out working with PML-N President Shehbaz Sharif, claiming that the opposition has banded together to save themselves from corruption. He stated that the presidential referral has been transferred to the Supreme Court in order to ensure that votes are not sold and that horse trading in our political system is prohibited.
Maulana Fazlur Rehman, the leader of the Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F), has been dubbed the “twelfth player in politics.” He stated that his expulsion from the team was approaching. He claimed that the PML-N and PPP’s political goals were simply to hide their own theft.
In response to a question, Prime Minister Narendra Modi confirmed that he met with former Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan, with whom he had a 40-year relationship.