Asking Prime Minister to Step Down Is Unconstitutional and Illegal: CM Punjab


Chief Minister Punjab Sardar Usman Buzdar has said that asking resignation from the elected prime minister is unconstitutional and illegal as no conscious person can support such illogical demand. He said that efforts of marchers will end in smoke. In a statement issued today, the chief minister said that rejected elements are taking revenge on their failures from the people by hindering the journey of progress and development. He said that the negative agenda of such elements who are afraid of change will remain unsuccessful. He said those who are doing politics on non-issues will face humiliation. Those who wasted the time of the nation and the country would be held answerable for looted national resources during their regimes. He said that the first time in Pakistan a transparent government is setting new records of public welfare. Under the leadership of Prime Minister Imran destiny of progress and prosperity will definitely be achieved. He further maintained that enlightened people by keeping themselves indifferent from the politics of chaos have expressed patriotism. In a democratic system, parliament is the best forum for solving political issues rather than roads. The opposition should express political maturity. Those who are trying to destabilize the country have no agenda of public welfare. Pakistanis want to progress and prosperity instead of political lawlessness. Politics of destruction is not in favour of the country. People have rejected the negative politics of agitations and falsehood. He said that these elements have started working against the country when it has headed towards right direction due to the tireless efforts of Prime Minister Imran khan. The undemocratic attitude of opposition will imprint a bad impression on the world about Pakistan, concluded the chief minister.