Immediately after the Speaker National Assembly rolled out the no-confidence motion against the Prime Minister, Imran Khan in his address to the nation said that the President should dissolve the Assemblies. He said in his address to the nation that the no-confidence motion planned from outside has been rejected by the Speaker.
The Prime Minister said that he wanted to congratulate the nation, the nation will not allow such a conspiracy to succeed. He said that the President has been advised to dissolve the assemblies, dissolve the assemblies.
Earlier, while presiding over an important session of the National Assembly, Deputy Speaker Qasim Suri rejected the no-confidence motion of the opposition against Prime Minister Imran Khan. Deputy Speaker Qasim Suri termed the no-confidence motion of the united opposition as unconstitutional. He said that no foreigner has the right to bring a no-confidence motion against the Prime Minister.
The Deputy Speaker refused to vote on the no-confidence motion and adjourned the National Assembly session indefinitely. Earlier, the National Assembly session started late today. Opposition groups called a sit-in in the National Assembly after the no-confidence motion was rejected. Opposition members chanted slogans against the government.
It is to be noted that the important meeting of the National Assembly regarding the no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan was held at 11:30 this morning. PML-N President Shahbaz Sharif, former President Asif Ali Zardari, his son Chairman Pakistan Peoples Party Bilawal Bhutto Zardari and former Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani reached the Parliament House.
Ahead of the assembly session, a meeting of the united opposition was held under the chairmanship of opposition leader Shahbaz Sharif in which it was decided not to respond to the noise, drunkenness or provocation of government members and in no case to stop the no-confidence motion. Legal team of opposition parties also participated in the meeting. The legal team briefed the members on legal issues.