Federal Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah along with Special Assistant to Prime Minister Attaullah Tarar and other PML-N leaders stopped from entering Punjab Assembly.
According to details, the police and the Assembly staff stopped the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) lawmakers and leaders from entering the premises of the Punjab Assembly as Punjab is Under the control of PTI government.
Speaking on the situation, Special Assistant to Prime Minister Attaullah Tarar said they had been told the federal ministers would not be allowed to enter into Punjab Assembly. “How can they stop the ministers from entering the assembly?”
Federal Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah while addressing a press conference with other party leaders, said the security agencies were also told not to let them (PML-N leaders) enter the assembly; however, they refused to follow the “illegal” orders.
“The IG Punjab was also asked to prevent us from entering the building but he refused to implement the orders,” said the PML-N leader, adding they (the Punjab government) were using these tactics because they knew they did not have the numbers for the vote of confidence.
The interior minister said that this move from the Punjab government was “unconstitutional and illegal”. He added that the Punjab CM would have to take a vote of confidence.
The PML-N leader warned that if the Punjab government did not mend its ways then it is possible that Governor rule could also be imposed on the province.
Floods Aid :
Moreover, the interior minister said the whole world was standing with Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif after Pakistan managed to secure over $10.5 billion in flood aid pledges.
“The world helped Pakistan beyond expectations which shows that the world believes and trusts in the coalition government,” added Sanaullah. He said that this was a slap in the faces of those who used to say that Pakistan would default.
He also said that “This aid will help the country come out of the disaster caused by Imran Khan”
Remember here one thing As Economical condition of Pakistan worsens day by day and the deadlock in talks with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) continues, France announces 10 Million Dollars Aid for Pakistan in order to cope with the situation caused by devastating floods.
While Addressing the International Conference on Climate Resilient Pakistan held in Geneva, French President Emmanuel Macron said in a video message that Paris was ready to support Pakistan in its talks with financial institutions as the country faces huge losses from recent floods.