Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi Tuesday said bringing a no-confidence motion was the constitutional right of opposition and the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf government would also counter it constitutionally, legally, and politically.
Imran Khan was an elected prime minister, who was given a huge mandate by the people of Pakistan in 2018, and they were asking him to resign, he said in a statement issued here by the Babul Quraish.
He said he had a discussion with the prime minister and the government would combat the opposition’s move with full force. “This is politics, the opposition will try its best and we will defend ourselves,” Qureshi maintained.
The minister questioned as to why the Pakistan Muslim League-Q, Muttahida Qaumi Movement and Balochistan Awami Party would support the opposition parties, which were struggling for their own survival. They did not trust one another. They did not have a unanimous manifesto.