Shehbaz Sharif, the leader of the opposition in Pakistan likened Pakistan Prime Minister to Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler.Pak Opposition Leader Compares He termed Imran Khan’s decisions to reject the vote of no-trust against him and dissolve the assembly as moves denoting unconstitutional power-grab.
One of the most prominent Pakistan opposition leaders, Sharif said that Adolf Hitler tried to dissolve the German Parliament (Reichstag) and thus, Pak Opposition Leader Compares solidify his powers by abolishing the constitution and putting an end to the Weimar Republic. Similarly, he said, Imran Nazi, the Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) President, is trying to grab hold of power in Pakistan.
In the face of the Pakistan political crisis, the leader of the PML-N stated that April 3, 2022 will be remembered in Pakistan as the day the constitution was disrespected and sabotaged. He added that the attempt of the Deputy Speaker Qasim Suri to issue a stay-order for Khan to dismiss the no-confidence motion was another unconstitutional move.
Sharif further accused Khan that he had used the deputy speaker to get the no-trust motion dismissed. Additionally, he urged the NSC (National Security Council) to publish the minutes of that meeting that had the deputy speaker accusing the opposition leaders of hatching a conspiracy against the PM.
This 70-year-old politician and the younger brother of ex-PM Nawaz Sharif, mentioned that the opposition will keep challenging the unconstitutional acts of the ruling party of the country across all platforms, from Pakistan news to social media.
He criticized the 69-year-old PM even further by calling him names like “fraud” and “liar.” He stated that this nation can be saved from the Pakistan constitutional crisis only if the constitution gets the respect it deserves.
Imran Khan suffered a major blow on the exact same day as the Supreme Court unanimously rejected the controversial move by the deputy speaker in terms of rejecting the no-trust motion. The court ordered a restoration of the National Assembly.
Continuing the landmark verdict, the five-member bench of judges led by Chief Justice Umar Ata Bandial also ruled that the ruling of the deputy speaker was not in line with the constitution and the laws. Thus, it had no legal repercussions and had to be set aside.
In addition to that, the Supreme court also called President Alvi’s move to dissolve the Assembly as unconstitutional and illegal because the PM cannot advise the president regarding the dissolution of the assembly because the former continues to stay under the ban imposed under clause (1) of Article 58 of the Pakistani constitution.
Imran Khan not giving up before the no-confidence motion
In the meantime, the present PM of Pakistan is not ready to go without a fight. He has vowed to keep playing until “the last ball.” However, Imran Khan’s party, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, has effectively lost the majority in the 342-member assembly at the beginning of this month as the key coalition partners said that seven of its members would vote for the opposition. It is time to see how the future unfolds for the nation and its current PM.
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