Imran won’t take risk of dissolving assemblies: Gilani

MULTAN: Former prime minister and PPP stalwart Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani said Imran Khan would not take the risk of dissolving assemblies.

“Imran Khan knows if he dissolves assemblies then elections will be held in two provinces only,” Gilani expressed the remarks while talking to media persons in Lodhran. Gilani posed a question: “When Imran Khan had not accepted our demand for elections, how can we accept it?”

Imran Khan should sit with them unconditionally in order to sort out a new roadmap, Gillani added. He wondered how a chief minister, who could not get an FIR registered, would dissolve assemblies. The ex-PM stated that PTI conducted media trials of PPP and PML-N. “The politics of Imran Khan is backed by lies only, and his real face and politics were exposed before the masses.”

Responding to a question, Gillani said Imran Khan was having misleading dreams of getting a two-thirds majority. “Our allied parties are much stronger and competent, and the coalition government would continue for even years to come.”

Felicitations to Sindhi people on Culture Day

Meanwhile, Senate Chairman Muhammad Sadiq Sanjrani on Sunday extended special greetings to the Sindhi people on their Culture Day.

Each year, Sindhi people celebrated Cultural Day worldwide on the Sunday in the first week of December. People are donning cultural dresses with Sindhi Topi (cap) and Ajrak the traditional block-printed shawls to spotlight the centuries-old rich culture of Sindh.

In his special Sindh Culture Day message to Sindhi people living across the country, Sanjrani said, the day highlights the love and importance of Sindh culture. Sindh province is the cradle of the world’s most beautiful and oldest civilization, the Indus Valley civilization.

He urged the people to take a pledge to promote the Sindhi language and traditions on the Culture day.






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