ANN NEWS DESK
Srinagar, March 27: Amid the tensions of topple of current regime in Pakistan as Imran Khan faces a no-confidence motion, Pakistan’s Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmed has hinted that Pakistan Army can be called in to control the situation, if need arises.
Rashid, while talking to media persons, said that he has already called the Frontier Corps and Rangers for seven days to control the situation.
Imran Khan recently slammed the Pakistani Army for maintaining neutrality and not backing him and his party – PTI as he stares at a no-confidence motion.
Addressing a public gathering, he remarked that “only animals are neutral”. This comes after he had expressed hope that the Pakistan Army will be on his side. However, to his dismay, the army has refused to back him and get embroiled in the country’s politics.
Pakistan Opposition submitted a no-confidence motion against Imran Khan with the country’s National Assembly secretariat. The Pakistan National Assembly adjourned Friday without tabling the no-confidence session against Prime Minister Imran Khan till 4pm on March 28 due to the demise of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf lawmaker Khayal Zaman.
According to Pakistan’s Parliamentary conventions, the first sitting after the death of a lawmaker is limited to the prayers for the departed soul and tributes from fellow lawmakers.
Pakistan has been on the edge since Opposition parties on March 8 submitted a no-confidence motion, alleging that the PTI government led by Prime Minister Khan was responsible for the economic crisis and the spiralling inflation in the country.