Opposition badly failed in weakening institutions: Buzdar

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Staff Reporter
Punjab Chief Minister Usman Buzdar on Friday said the opposition parties have badly failed in weakening the state institutions. “Failure of the no-confidence move has exposed coalition of the opposition parties”, he said in his statement issued here. He said the opposition was trying to weaken institutions but it failed badly in doing so.
Buzdar cited the failure of the no-trust move against Senate Chairman Sadiq Sanjrani has proved that the opposition parties are even not sincere with each other. He advised the opposition to avoid doing politics of chaos in the country.
On Thursday, Sadiq Sanjrani survived no-confidence move against him. As per details, 50 votes had been cast in favour of the no-confidence motion against Sanjrani, thus the resolution was not adopted in the Senate. The secret voting on the no-confidence motion took place in the upper house. A total of 53 votes were required to remove the Senate chairman.
Punjab Minister for Information & Culture Mian Aslam Iqbal Friday said the opposition parties should accept their defeat after the failure of their no-trust motion against the Senate chairman.
The minister said, they should not hold others responsible for the defeat as it was result of their own corruption.
In a statement issued here, Aslam Iqbal said sensible senators used their right of franchise according to their conscience. The minister said the opposition who made tall claims before the motion should accept reality as well.
He said that Sadiq Sanjrani had been running the House in an efficient manner that was why senators expressed their full confidence on him. The minister said that defeated gang which gathered for their vested interests, should change its approach and avoid creating hurdles.
The opposition should avoid dreaming to topple down the government, he said adding that the leaders of the opposition should return looted money despite criticising the national institutions.
He said that Pakistan was on the road to progress due to the concrete economic policies of the present government under the leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan.

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