New Delhi: The opposition says it has ‘won’ the number game. Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan says one big nation is working to oust him and that he never wanted to be a ‘slave’ of a foreign country.
The crucial National Assembly session in Pakistan to debate the no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan was adjourned minutes after it resumed on Thursday (March 31) after a three-day recess.
Deputy Speaker Qasim Suri, who presided over the session, adjourned the session till 11:30 am on Sunday.
Later, the Leader of the Opposition, Shehbaz Sharif, accused the deputy speaker of violating the Constitution.
PPP leader Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said the opposition has “won” despite whatever happened in Parliament. “We produced 175 members in the House today,” he claimed.
Embattled PM Imran Khan, in a televised address, claimed that the US had “threatened” him and is now seeking his removal from office.
“I never wanted to be a slave to any country. When I came to power I decided we will have an independent foreign policy,” he said.
Imran’s Information minister, Fawad Chaudhry, on Wednesday had tweeted: “Prime minister Imran Khan is a player who fights till the last ball. He will not resign.”