Sheikh Rashid says he has advised PM Imran Khan to impose governor’s rule in Sindh
ISLAMABAD ( Web News )
Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmed said on Thursday that he has advised Prime Minister Imran Khan to impose governor’s rule in Sindh.
Talking to the media in Islamabad, Sheikh Rashid accused the Sindh government of “buying and selling” lawmakers’ votes, terming it a “conspiracy against democracy”.
“We are not sending police to Sindh House as they (dissident PTI lawmakers) went to Sindh House because of their greed for money,” he said, adding that the matter was between the lawmakers and their constituents.
He claimed that the PTI MNAs had been “attracted by money”, saying it was a very good thing that they had been “exposed”.
The interior minister said the session of the National Assembly could be called on March 21 while the government has announced holidays in the capital on March 21, 22 and 23 in view of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) summit.
“After March 25, it will be Sheikh Rashid, the media and Imran Khan’s support. There will be a sea of people on the 27th,” he said referring to the PTI’s planned rally at Islamabad’s D-Chowk.