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ITP problems show cause notice to 14 dissident parliamentarians

Islamabad: 14 parliamentarians from Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) who joined Strength with the opposition withdraw support for the prime minister forward of distrust vote received a notice of presentation from the judgment party on On Saturday.

Some half a dozen lawmakers of the party appeared on television on Thursday, announcing “We have differences with the prime minister”.

News channels showed recorded footage of several PTI MPs at Sindh House, an office of the Pakistani People’s Party (PPP) government of Sindh, in Islamabad, fueling fears and demands of horse trade.

PTI Secretary General Asad Umar has given lawmakers until March 26 to respond to the notice.

The notice noted the parliamentarians, in crossing the floorviolato not only the party discipline but also the Constitution.

He recalled that under Article 63 (1) (A), parliamentarians are required to do so follow the policy of their political party.

“You learn via broadcast videos on media what do you have left the parliamentarian party [of PTI] And joined the opposition who they filed a motion of vote of no confidence against the prime minister [on] March 8 “, it reads.

Therefore, you are issued a notice pursuant to Article 63 (1) (A), it added and ordered the legislators to appear before the prime minister to clarify their position.

MPs include Raja Riaz Ahmad Khan, Nawab Sher Waseer, Noor Alam Khan, Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, Wajiha Akram, Nuzhat Pathan, Rana Qasim Noon, Riaz Mazari, Khawaja Sheraz Mehmood, Malik Ahmed Dehar, Abdul Ghaffar Wattoo, A Talit Bukamal Gopang and Afzal Dhandla.

Without the coalition members and dissidents, the PTI, which has 155 seats in the National Assembly would not be up to par of the 172 necessary to keep power.

The joint opposition consists of large parties such as the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) and the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) and has a strong of nearly 163 in the House.

Minister for Information Fawad Chaudhry told news conference on government And “clear that we will not enter in no blackmail to save ours government. “

“We reject this culture of turncoat”.

Minister for Interior Sheikh Rasheed Ahmad told news conference it was decided to seek the Supreme Court’s ruling on the suitability of defectors to launch a vote after switching sides.

Ahmad said the decision was taken in a meeting chaired by Khan. But he didn’t say when the petition would be filed.

“I want ask everyone of you to get back […] We wouldn’t do anything against you, ”he said in an appeal to dissidents.

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