Canada Global (Web News) Early elections in the nation have been ruled out by Minister for Economic Affairs Sardar Ayaz Sadiq, who also asserts that the coalition government led by the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) at the Center will serve its full term.
“The current administration’s term will end. Elections will take place when they are due “Speaking Sunday on the “Jirga” programme of Geo News, the minister added.
Asserting that the federal government is solely concerned with boosting the economy, Sadiq dismissed rumours and pressure placed on it as a result of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan’s attempts to drive the nation toward the impending snap elections.
The PTI has threatened to dissolve the assemblies in Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa if the ruling coalition in Islamabad does not hold early elections. Last month, Khan addressed his party’s Haqeeqi Azadi march in Rawalpindi and made the declaration regarding the dissolution of assembly while urging his followers to stop approaching Islamabad.
In a statement regarding Khan’s removal as prime minister, Sadiq claimed that it was done in accordance with the Constitution.
“Imran Khan was expelled in accordance with the law. We are not using his strategies. If we had used his tactics, we could have accomplished a great deal “added he.
The leader of the PDM coalition government’s opposition party, the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), disputed the previous premier’s critique of the PDM’s economy.
He continued, “What major initiative has Imran Khan made?”
Earlier today, the ousted prime minister issued a warning that Pakistan’s default risk had increased to 100% since 88% of local investors did not trust the current administration.